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November 10, 2015
This question was reflected within the discussion forum “Sustainable city – in which kind of cities we will live tomorrow?” on 23 June at the Gasometer at the EUREF-Campus. Experts, including Christian Hahn, CEO of Hubject, were invited by e.ON and discussed the challenges urban development is facing and which role energy suppliers play in that. How should we plan, design and change cities to meet the increasing requirements of sustainability and quality of living?
Smart Mobility builds on efficient, connected and low-emission movement. Electric mobility can easily be integrated into the “cities of tomorrow” and make an important contribution. - Christian Hahn
Although electric mobility is just experiencing the first indications of the ramp-up phase, the framework and essential goals for an electrically powered future are already defined.
Christian Hahn has no doubt that we will be electrically mobile in the future. Now is the time to set the course and get ready. This is one of the main reasons, why Hubject already develops solutions, which are scalable when the ramp-up phase of electric mobility fully starts.
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