“The slogan ‘Opel becomes electricity’ is not an empty promise,” said Michael Lohscheller, CEO of the German house. “A consistent strategy for the electrification represents an important pillar of our business plan in PEACE!" which also provides for the creation of the necessary charging infrastructure for the electric vehicles that we develop here in Rüsselsheim. Now the infrastructure is there. I'd like to congratulate the team for the quick implementation of the project. In order to allow the electrical mobility to become a real revolution is needed infrastructure projects such as this.”
The ‘Electric Town’ is a joint project that involved several partners including the Town of Rüsselsheim am Main, the University's Hotline, and Opel. Together the partners want to speed up the expansion of the charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. Thanks to the sponsorship of the Federal Ministry of the Economy, and the whole city will install about 1,300 recharging stations, in all districts and in residential areas, on the website of Opel, on the campus of the University Hotline, in the residential complexes of gewobau Rüsselsheim, at the parking of some supermarkets and shopping centres and on the website of the clinic at the town hall.
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