News Digest Item
19 Dec 2016

Innogy well prepared for e-mobility

Süddeutsche Zeitung

German utility innogy is well prepared for the time when a transition to electric drives gains momentum, the company’s CEO Peter Terium told the Süddeutsche Zeitung in an interview. “The future belongs to e-mobility, that’s clear. […] I believe that the sale of e-cars will soon grow exponentially,” said Terium. From 2017 onwards, innogy will have a new business unit that bundles all e-mobility activities. The company is interested in participating in a carmakers’ initiative to set up a fast-charging network across Europe.

Read the full interview in German here.

Find background on the e-car issues in the dossiers Energiewende and German carmakers and the energy transition and the transport sector.

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