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There is no doubt that the future of mobility will be electric. Efficient and low-emission powertrains, digitisation of vehicles, services and work processes will lead to dramatic changes worldwide. The future will be automated, connected and electric. e-mobil BW, the central agency for innovation in electric mobility of the State of Baden-Württemberg, is well connected in a large partner network and joins the effort of shaping this deep-going transformation in technology to a successful outcome.

Baden-Württemberg, spear heading this technology, provides over the densest charging-station network of any territorial federal state. We are also leading when it comes to total numbers of registration of e-vehicles and digital top issues such as automated driving. The road to innovation and zero-emission mobility solutions leads straight through Baden-Württemberg. The new Strategic Dialogue for the Automotive Sector in Baden-Württemberg offers an opportunity for all players to proceed directly into the new age of electric mobility

Driver for the Mobility of the Future

In order to enhance the innovative strength in Baden-Württemberg,

  • We promote networking of all players and funding options in the sectors of electric mobility and fuel cell technology.
  • We coordinate the Strategic Dialogue for the Automotive Sector in Baden-Württemberg as a network across business sectors and issues.
  • We provide cluster and network management for the Cluster Electric Mobility South-West and the Cluster Fuel Cell BW.
  • We integrate in a targeted way small and medium-sized businesses in the innovation process.
  • We initiate joint research projects throughout the whole value chain up to the point of application.
  • We assist municipalities and communities in the comprehensive approach to advance electrification and digitalisation of traffic.
  • We support suitable framework conditions in infrastructure, training and continuing education as well as talent promotion.
  • We make a broad range of studies available and help in the knowledge transfer.

Our target groups

  • Businesses – from start-up to established family-owned companies up to international corporations
  • Universities and research institutions
  • Cluster initiatives and associations in Germany and abroad
  • Local governments and public domain
  • Politics and funding bodies
  • Social groups