With a share of 26.2 percent, the share of electric vehicles exceeded that of diesel cars for the first time at the end of 2020. A total of 394,943 e-cars were newly registered last year. This is an increase of 263 percent compared to the previous year. One in four new cars is now electric, and the proportion will continue to increase in the coming years - driven politically by the goal of climate neutrality. The problem child for the expansion of electromobility remains the state's infrastructure. At the beginning of 2021, 17 e-cars shared one public landing point. There is a need for action here.
As highly frequented public institutions with a role model function, hospitals in particular are expected to offer e-mobility solutions: visitors, employees and service providers. The topic is as explosive as it is complex. There are still few examples that could serve as role models. The spectrum of tasks to be mastered ranges from examining the quantitative and qualitative requirements and estimating the effort involved to deciding which current solutions are practicable and economically justifiable.
The online webinar 'E-mobility offerings - a must for all hospitals' highlights the relevant aspects and shows possible approaches to solutions.
|E-mobility offerings - a must for all hospitals|
|Date:||Thursday, 7th October 2021, 16:30 - 17:30 p.m.|