Customers Investor Relations Careers Innovation Sustainability About E.ON
Customers Investor Relations Careers Innovation Sustainability About E.ON

“....................”. A low humming, that’s about all you hear. And if you’ve ever driven an electric car yourself or been a passenger in one, you’ll be familiar with the unusual sensation when the electric motor lets the vehicle shoot forward from a standing start – with high torque and almost brutal power. There’re no two ways about it: this unique driving experience, the lack of emissions, the government incentives and, above all, the enhanced suitability of electrically powered vehicles for everyday use have given E-Mobility in Europe and around the world a decisive boost. After a few years of what was perceived as stagnation, electric mobility is now picking up speed. A large majority of Germans are open to the idea of buying an electric vehicle. Let us show you which areas are covered by E-Mobility, how many advantages you have on board and what exactly E.ON Drive is all about.

Überblick der Ladezeiten verschiedener E-Auto-Ladesysteme

There is much to suggest that the electric motor is the only bright idea for the mobility of the future – the internal combustion engine has had its day. There are many reasons for this – not least of which has been the change of strategy by automobile manufacturers, the rapidly developing technology in terms of vehicle batteries, as well as prices dropping to become more in reach for consumers played a major role in this regard. In addition, this development goes hand in hand with the expansion of renewable energies and the awareness that E-Mobility makes a significant contribution to advancing the energy transition and reducing CO2 emissions. And this isn’t happening with a roar and revving of engines, but quietly and silently.