April 15th, 2019 | Reiner Lemoine Institute is looking for Berlin companies and organizations that plan to convert their vehicle fleets to electric vehicles in 2020 for a measurement campaign within the framework of the research project “Development of Mobile Metering Charging Points in Public Spaces” (ElMobileBerlin).
We would like to measure directly at your location, whether the air quality will improve as a result of the switch.
The measurements are carried out over a period of three years and do not affect the operation of the fleet or traffic on the company premises. The focus of the investigations is mostly on car parks or underground garages where conventional vehicles emit particularly high emissions, because they have not yet reached their optimum operating point.
ElMobileBerlin takes place as part of the “Clean Air Immediate Programme 2017 to 2020” of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi). The aim of the project is to promote e-mobility in Berlin. Starting in 2019, up to 1,000 new charging points for electric vehicles will be installed in public spaces in the capital, as well as a further 600 in the private sector. The aim is to create incentives to switch from conventional vehicles with high pollutant emissions to e-vehicles.
In addition to RLI, partners in the project are ubitricity Gesellschaft für verteilte Energiesysteme mbH (consortium leader), the Distributed Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (DAI Laboratory) at TU Berlin, GASAG Solution Plus GmbH, Hubject GmbH and the Senate Department for the Environment, Transport and Climate Protection.
Further information on the project | Please note that further information is available in German only, however, the measurement campaign is open to all Berlin-based companies or organization.