ID.3 Germany tour - Purely electric from Oberstdorf to Sylt in 65 days
Mission accomplished – Germany is ready for eMobility!
On 28 September 2020, world record driver Rainer Zietlow from Challenge4 and his team will set off on a marathon journey of around 20,000 kilometers through Germany, proving that eMobility has arrived in Germany.
of more than 30,000 public charge points in Germany are managed by be.ENERGISED.
The leading eMobility cloud platform, be.ENERGISED and Germany's nationwide charging infrastructure enabled us to realise our mission and bring eMobility to the streets with a brand new experience for eCar drivers. Learn more »
How the EV charging software be.ENERGISED made the ID.3 Deutschlandtour world record possible
Our EV charging software be.ENERGISED played a critical role in the long-distance ID.3 test run across Germany.
has·to·be gmbh partner of the ID.3 Germany tour
Since 2008 has·to·be's CEO, Martin Klässner, has been driving the eMobility industry in Europe with innovations and developments and is still involved in the industry's major and important projects.
The leading platform for eMobility be.ENERGISED is the result of more than ten years of expertise and knowledge – recognised and used by leading European eMobility providers such as IONITY, EWE Go, and Volkswagen as well as leading companies from the retail, energy, telecommunications, and automotive industries.
“Today, we no longer have to ask ourselves whether eMobility has reached the mainstream and thus also Germany. We are very pleased to support Rainer Zietlow in this project and to be able to demonstrate that we have reached a major milestone in our mission to electrify Europe."
– Martin Klässner, CEO has·to·be gmbh
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The ID.3 Germany tour supports the SOS Children's Villages
One highlight of the tour is a stop at an SOS Children's Villages, whose organisation Rainer Zietlow has been supporting since 2005. He will donate 2,500 euros to the SOS Children's Village in Bernburg/Saale for a housing project and will personally visit the village during the marathon drive.