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New Industry Service for Electric Mobility - Made in Germany

BERLIN, February 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Three years after the beginning of, Germany's leading industry service for electric mobility, the international English-language edition has gone online. Its daily newsletter collects the top electric transportation news from around the globe, to give experts worldwide an overview of what is happening in their sector - short, to the point, and free of charge. To receive a free subscription, just send an email to [email protected] or visit the website, which also features an industry calendar with international events as well as all the latest electric mobility studies. "After all, Germany wants to become the lead supplier of electric mobility," explains editor-in-chief, Peter Schwierz. And the German industry supports from the beginning: SIEMENS Drive Technologies, HANNOVER MESSE, Hubject, the cluster electric-mobility south-west and TÜV SÜD are on board as advertising partners.


  • New vehicles and components worldwide
  • Charging infrastructure and battery innovations
  • Industry studies and research projects
  • Insights from the German and European markets
  • Fleets, deals and sales
  • HEV, PHEV, EV and FCEV is based on the model of the German edition,, which  currently has more than 6,000 subscribers. The daily newsletter is free of charge and keeps international decision makers in the electric mobility sector informed. Both editions are issued by RABBIT PUBLISHING, the Berlin-based publishing company for online industry services and corporate publishing.

Press contact:
Editor-in-chief, &
Peter Schwierz
Phone: +49(0)30-27581364
Email: [email protected]

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