If you google the word electromobility, you get over a million results. Electric cars, bicycles, buses and trains are fascinating and are regarded as an important part of the mobility transition. For electromobility to be widely accepted, however, vehicles, charging infrastructure and energy supply have to interlock smoothly. This is where STEAG Technical Service (STS) and STEAG Energy Services (SES) come into play: they offer services related to electromobility. This includes manufacturer-independent consulting and services such as the planning and implementation of the infrastructure, the electronic connection of the components and DIN-compliant testing.
"For STEAG, electromobility is an important and upcoming field in which our know-how enables us to offer our customers interesting services."
Christian Breuer, e-mobility expert at STS
As the topic of electromobility is increasingly coming to the fore in cities and municipalities in the Saarland and Rhineland-Palatinate, STS invited their representatives to a half-day information event at the end of June. Speakers from STS, the STS partner ChargeIT and STS customer Stadtwerke Saarlouis gave around 20 visitors from the urban and rural councils an insight into the practicalities. They provided information on charging points, infrastructure, billing procedures and load management. Various charging points were set up so that visitors could inspect the systems on site.
Bernhard Nützl, also an e-mobility expert at STS, is pleased with the customer day: "We were able to conduct numerous intensive discussions and hope they will result in new business relationships."