• The Hamburg Electric Autonomous Transportation (HEAT) research and development project has entered the second phase with tests of the five-metre-long, zero-emission e-bus at speeds of up to 25 km/h. Passengers will be allowed on board from late summer unlike the first phase when only a vehicle...

  • E-scooters, designed to make traffic in cities calmer, faster and environment friendlier are collected at night and loaded onto diesel-powered trucks over Hamburg, which is not in keeping with climate protection goals. Customers in Altona, for instance, can transport their furniture home free of...

  • Around 20 electric cargo bikes have been added to the StadtRad rental bike system amid plans to bring the number of stations to 350 and to 4,500 bikes over the next ten years. Launched on Saturday (April 6, 2019), consumers can now use the new bicycles to transport the weekend shop or to take the...

  • In future, we will be charging our electric cars while we are shopping, eating pizza or watching a movie in the cinema,” said Benjamin Tange. His employer, XCharge Europe GmbH, may yet provide the charging infrastructure. Tange, 49, is Marketing and Sales Manger at XCharge Europe GmbH that opened...

  • E-mobility is generally considered one of the most pressing topics of the future. Jungheinrich, one of the world’s leading intralogistics companies has been driving the issue for decades and has sold its own electric forklifts since the 1950s. Today, 95 per cent of trucks sold by Jungheinrich are...