We’ve put together a one-hour webinar so you can get all caught up on the most significant developments and what they’ll likely mean for the future eMobility landscape.
While we were in and out of lockdown, the UK announced a ban on combustion engine sales by 2030, the EU Commission raised its emission reduction target to at least 55% by 2030, and significant advances were made to the international standard, ISO 15118, and with it the next generation of Plug & Charge. While all that was going on, has·to·be gmbh continued to make great strides and celebrated another milestone with their 5 millionth successful charging session!
We’ll look at some of these developments and unpack what the implications could mean for you and your business operations. As we all look forward to 2021 with much hope of better times ahead, we’ll leave you with some of the has·to·be gmbh expert analysis on what to expect in the eMobility sector in the year to come.
- Key advances in the eMobility sector in 2020. What happened? Major shifts and developments.
- The pandemic and its impact on the eMobility industry. What are the effects and long term implications?
- What eMobility goals has·to·be gmbh achieved in 2020 to ensure their customer’s success and market leadership?
- The 2021 forecast: what can you expect to see in the eMobility sector in the year to come?
Important note: The webinar will be held in both German and English, but at different times. You will find more information at the registration!
MAXIMILIAN HUBER, COO
Auto industry strategist and leading has·to·be technical specialist.
TOBIAS SCHARFEN, CSO
Innovative technologies veteran in the digital signage industry and management consulting.
ANDREAS BLIN, MANAGER INTL. SALES
A master in making eMobility tangible, easy to understand and accessible for everyone.
About has·to·be gmbh
has·to·be paves the way for sustainable mobility. With its comprehensive operating system and innovative services, has·to·be provides everything companies require to enjoy success in the field of eMobility: from the carefree operation of eCharging stations to the end-to-end management of worldwide mobility solutions.
More than 100 employees from ten nations work at the headquarters of has·to·be gmbh in the federal province of Salzburg and in its offices in Berlin, Düsseldorf, Munich, and Vienna. Since 2019, the Volkswagen Group has been a strong strategic partner of has·to·be.
Sabrina Wurzer, PR & Marketing Manager
Tel: +43 6452 21200-61