The Electric Mobility Industry Commitee
The Electric Mobility Industry Commitee represents the common interests of industry and industry-related service providers. The focus is on the development and promotion of electromobility in Germany.
For this purpose, the Electric Mobility Industry Commitee maintains close cooperation with the Parliamentary Electric Mobility Commitee and organizes joint events with it.
The Electric Mobility Industry Commitee is chaired by the President of the VDA, Mr. Bernhard Mattes. His deputy is a member of the management of the BDI.
The management of the Electric Mobility Industry Commitee is headed by a member of the management board of the VDA and the BDI.
The sub group of the Electric Mobility Industry Commitee, is responisble for the operational work.
The Electric Mobility Industry Commitee on Tour 2018
With people's changing and growing mobility needs, the shift in mobility towards more sustainable and low-emission transport needs to succeed.
The Electric Mobility Industry Commitee has recognized that Electric Mobility can be a key technology of this change. In cooperation with the Parliamentary Electric Mobility Commitee, a workshop series on important aspects and issues of electromobility has been launched.
As a result, the industrial group has summarized the core statements from the workshop series in a flyer.
The Electric Mobility Industry Commitee mapped out the industry's recommendations concerning electric mobility for the 19. German Federal Parliament
In order to lead electric mobility to success in Germany, further steps for the upcoming legislative period are required.
It has to be the goal for Germany to effectively shape the transition of the mobility and reach the self-defined goals of being the lead market and lead supplier for electric mobility by 2020 and in addition continuing the development after 2020. Therefor the members of the Electric Mobility Industry Commitee mapped out recommendations for important accompanying measures.
The recommendations cover the following fields of action:
- Germany as innovation location
- Energy policy in the transition of the mobility in Germany
- Cell and battery production in Germany
- Germany being the lead market by 2020
- Public and private charging infrastructure development
- Local public transport and economic traffic