Synergy Effects Through Solar and E-Mobility

The smarter E Podcast Episode 29 | December 03, 2020 | Language: German

Electromobility is finally picking up speed, in Europe and especially in Germany. Cross-sectoral solutions and innovations from renewable, green electricity are also becoming increasingly important. Where is this welcome boom coming from? What would politics have to do to ensure that the broad masses are also more interested? And what new business models could result from the coupling of PV and e-cars?

We'll be discussing these issues with Thomic Ruschmeyer, Chairman of the Board of the German Solar Mobility Association (BSM).


3.02 Thomic Ruschmeyer on his first electric car
7.50 What new business models are available for e-mobility?
11.40 What economic opportunities does e-mobility offer?
12.55 What synergies result from e-mobility and PV?

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About Thomic Ruschmeyer and BSM

Thomic Ruschmeyer, Chairman of the Board of the German Solar Mobility Association (BSM)

The Federal Association for Solar Mobility e.V. (BSM) is an interest group for the promotion of electric mobility, especially in connection with the generation of the required electricity from renewable energy sources. Thomic Ruschmeyer has been an independent consultant and managing director in the solar, electromobility and renewable energy sectors since 1988. Since 2008 he has been acting as project manager & managing director at BSM.

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