Since 2009 the free State of Saxony is one of the pioneers of electric mobility and we are pleased when more and more business ideas around this topic. Saxony provides excellent conditions for entrepreneurial commitment especially for electric mobility,”so Fiedler Secretary of State. In the port was announced in an award ceremony of the winners of the business plan competition: the business plan competition winners are the team E-taxi 12 A+++, Marvin Gatzlaff and Benjamin Bode of the Ostfalia University of applied science. 2Nd place went to team Green Reload (Enrico Hahne and Philip MacDougall of the HWR Berlin). Team ZEUS (mark Felgenhauer, Cedric Rohr and Immanuel torrent of TU Munich) occupies third place, team vitamin DC (Jenny Wesarg, Tim Adlung and Armin track b of the TU Dresden) 4th place.
The winning idea in the short version: If you look at the individual taxi ranks, striking that often several taxis waiting for customers. This waiting time could be useful to charge the energy storage. Depending on the time of day, the latency can be more than 15 minutes which the battery can be charged accordingly well. The locations of the electric fuel pumps should be at train stations, airports and hospitals. In addition the procedure should focus on. Many taxis are performed for non-mobile customers.
This market should be opened up especially.” The winning team receives a prize money of 2,500.00. Are the services of the second-placed team with a premium amounting to 1,500.00-, the third and fourth place finisher in each 500.00 reward. The production plant of the project partner BMW in Leipzig as a venue with its concept of sustainable and future-oriented mobility offered the right atmosphere. Be i3 electric BMW and produced from spring 2014 BMW i8 as a sports car of the future. The competition is part of one of ABB, BMW, DB, eight, RWE, of the University of Bamberg, the University of the Bundeswehr Munich and the Technical University of Dresden of jointly completed research project. This includes the establishment of a fast-charging station for electric vehicles to an exposed position at the BMW Welt in Munich to make electric mobility experience to a broad public and about carry out scientific surveys to users – and mobility behaviour, acceptance, sales potential, energy burden and the effect of reservation systems. The joint project of DC charging station at the Olympic Park”is 2.255.863,00 by the Federal Ministry for transport, building and urban development within the framework Supported the Federal Government’s showcase initiative. In April 2012, the Federal Government has four regions in Germany as a showcase of electric mobility”chosen and promotes the research and development of alternative drives here on decision of the German Bundestag. Overall, the Federal Government for the showcase program provides funding amounting to 180 million. In the large-scale regional demonstration and pilot projects, electric mobility is being tested at the interface of energy, vehicle and transport system. In the shop window Bavaria-Saxony connects electric mobility implemented some 40 projects with a total volume of around 130 million. The Bayern Innovativ GmbH and the Saxon Energy Agency s GmbH take over the coordination of the window together as project control center. More information, see, and contact: project leader Prof. Dr. Ulrike Stopka project coordination Jenny Wukasch Tel.: + 49 351 463 36876 E-Mail: press and public relations Mandy Wisniewski Tel.: + 49 351 463 36844 E-Mail: Photo: Martin Klindtworth