In addition to the large number of loading points that Stuttgart Airport already operates, it now has additional charging points from chargeBIG, which are used for charging employee and customer vehicles, but also for charging fleet vehicles for apron handling on the tarmac.
Sustainability is a strategic thrust of LBBW and the bank’s vehicle fleet contributes to reducing CO2 emissions. In this context, LBBW has specifically promoted the topic of electromobility, increased the proportion of plug-in hybrids and electric cars in the fleet and invested in the expansion of the charging infrastructure at the Stuttgart site. MAHLE chargeBIG has supported LBBW in this endeavor.
The research of the ISC in Constance is working on the dissemination of photovoltaics. The main goals of its research are to reduce the production costs of solar power and to increase the efficiency of solar cells. As part of the INPUT funding project, the ISC has installed 16 charging points at its location in Constance. The INPUT project promotes the development of charging infrastructure in parking garages and parking facilities and is supported by the Ministry of Transport of Baden-Württemberg. The aim of the collaboration is to combine and test the chargeBIG charging infrastructure with photovoltaic systems.
Implementation of 100 charging points for e-vehicles in the company’s own parking garage in Bad Cannstatt at the parent company MAHLE in 2019. The charging system was developed by the corporate startup chargeBIG itself and is intended to keep investment and charging costs as low as possible. Since the focus from the beginning was on the long idle times of the employee vehicles, the system follows a simple approach: instead of charging as fast as possible, charge as fast as necessary.
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