Greentech Festival reveals the future of e-mobility.
16.09.2020 | 5 minutes

Greentech Festival reveals the future of e-mobility

Innovations, technologies and ideas all come together at Greentech Festival in Berlin – three days where everything revolves around the transition to greater sustainability. The topic of e-mobility is set to play a central role at the tech conference.

In mid-September, the world of tech and mobility will be looking to Berlin. Greentech Festival (16-18 September 2020) will be bringing together actors committed to social, technological and economic change.  


E-mobility – made in Berlin 

At the Greentech Exhibition, exhibitors will present their innovations, technologies and ideas. Vattenfall InCharge will be among them. Together with the Berlin Agency for Electromobility (eMO), Vattenfall InCharge will be exhibiting electric vehicle charging points that are supplied with green electricity, under the motto of "New Mobility in Berlin". This is just one of the contributions the Berlin energy supplier is making to the local mobility transition in the German capital.  


Top speakers on e-mobility 

Much of the conference on innovation and e-mobility can be accessed virtually this year. This includes the eagerly awaited launch event on 16 September at 5 pm featuring Hollywood star Robert Redford, musician Sting, researcher Jane Goodall and President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen.

Due to the current situation relating to the coronavirus, the tech festival will be making all digital content on the topics of sustainability and the mobility transition available online free of charge. Registered users can view keynotes, panel discussions and master classes, and take a virtual tour through the exhibition. Live streams of the awards gala and Telekom Street Gigs will also be available. The number of participants in the digital rooms is limited, so you will need to register on the website.  



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