“Sustainability is one of our corporate values and plays an important role in our activities”, says CEO Reinhard Hinterreither. “By providing the charging stations, we are offering all colleagues an additional service. At the same time, we are making a contribution to sustainable mobility and to reducing emissions.”
Before setting up the charging stations, earthwork was necessary and supply lines had to be installed. The actual charging stations were then installed in just two weeks. The charging stations each have a capacity of 11 kW. The capacity, as well as the number of stations, can be upgraded as demand increases in the future. The charging stations are available to all colleagues, as well as guests, suppliers and others. Payment is simple thanks to an app. Fully electric as well as hybrid vehicles can be charged. The stations have a special sign and may only be used for charging.
The system is operated by Charge-ON GmbH, a subsidiary of E.ON. Charging is possible by using the “E.ON Drive” app according to the rates specified there. You can find more information online at
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