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    Electromobility

    The National Platform Future of Mobility

    The body was enforced in 2018 by the former federal transport minister Andreas Scheuer. It aims to ensure efficient, high-quality, flexible, available, safe, resilient and affordable mobility.

    The body was enforced in 2018 by the former federal transport minister Andreas Scheuer. It aims to ensure efficient, high-quality, flexible, available, safe, resilient and affordable mobility.

    Body for a greenhouse gas-neutral and environmentally friendly transport system

    The National Platform for the Future of Mobility (NPM) was introduced to the federal cabinet in 2018 by the former federal transport minister Andreas Scheuer (CSU), where it was approved. Its predecessor, the National Platform for Electromobility (NPE), was launched by the German government in May 2010.

    With the handover of the "NPE Progress Report 2018" to the federal government on September 19, 2018, the NPE was integrated into the National Platform for the Future of Mobility (NPM), as announced in the coalition agreement. The establishment of the NPM is based on the coalition agreement between the CDU, CSU and SPD for the 19th legislative period.

    The goal of the NPM is to develop cross-modal and interlinking pathways for a largely greenhouse gas-neutral and environmentally friendly transport system that enables efficient, high-quality, flexible, available, safe, resilient and affordable mobility in both passenger and freight transport.

    To this end, on March 29, 2019, Working Group 1 Climate Protection in Transport presented the first interim report "Paths to achieving the 2030 climate targets in the transport sector" as a working basis for the other working groups.

    On February 23, 2021, Mr. Henning Kagermann, Chairman of the NPM, handed over the NPM's second progress report to Federal Minister Andreas Scheuer.

    In this progress report, "Shaping Transformation with Innovations," the NPM emphasizes that the future of mobility must be actively shaped and that there can be no sustainable changes without suitable technical and social innovations.

    The progress report and all other publications of the working groups are available at the following link: 

    Matthias Krähling
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    Matthias Krähling

    Head of Vehicle Technologies & Eco Systems

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