Electric vehicles in vehicle fleets help to minimize CO2 and reduce costs in vehicle tax, insurance and operations and convey an environmentally conscious image. Restricted ranges can be compensated for by the intelligent management of vehicles, charging processes and energy resources. Nevertheless, electric mobility is still not a sure-fire success either for municipalities or for companies. What are the main obstacles and where are the potentials? How can the opportunities be used and the risks managed? These and other questions are discussed using various practical examples.
|Date||Tuesday, September 29, 2020|
|Duration||ca. 60 minutes|
|Fee||Free of charge - limited participation|
Stefan Baumann, Key Account Manager and Fleet manager, The Mobility House
Otto Loserth, CEO, E-WALD GmbH
|Moderator||Fanny Tausendteufel, Advisor Energy Markets, bne|
Stefan Baumann is Key Account Manager at the Munich-based technology company The Mobility House, where he mainly serves the customer groups of fleet and car park operators as well as the housing industry on issues relating to the development and operation of an intelligent charging infrastructure. Previously, the certified electric mobility consultant (HWK) and sales specialist worked for BMW and MINI, among others.
His career path led him to E-WALD in Lower Bavaria via management positions in the energy supply industry, as divisional manager at a service and consulting company and as director responsible for Central and Eastern Europe at an American technology and software company. E-WALD GmbH is one of Germany's leading providers of electric mobility and charging infrastructure in the public and private sectors. The company builds and operates charging points and charging parks throughout Germany and offers ecological mobility solutions with eCarsharing.
Fanny Tausendteufel joined bne in September 2018. Prior to that, she worked at a sustainable investment office where she was responsible for the sustainability analysis of companies. During her studies of business engineering at the Technical University in Berlin Fanny Tausendteufel worked at the “German Industry Initiative for Energy Efficiency” (DENEFF) and the “Institute for Ecological Economy Research” (IÖW).