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08. August 2011

Join the eMobility Revolution! Exhibitor Highlights

enwi-etec GmbH
With the „E-Tower” enwi offers a charging station for public areas and companies, as well as with the „E-Boxes” for the private sector. The „E-Tower” with its color display, buttons in stainless steel and a clearly arranged menu, allows a comfortable charging up to two vehicles at the same time. It´s equipped with comprehensive safety features for authorization, registration and overload shut-off and allows different payment methods. Two different types of wall mounting boxes for the private sector complete the product range. The E-boxes are working without authorization, registration and billing. Energy meter with S0 interface can be integrated for monitoring.
Hall A4, Booth 101, www.enwi-etec.com

German E-Cars - Growing electromobile flexibility
Dynamic innovations are on the rise – with the PLANTOS, German E-Cars will offer a universal electromobile transport solution from this autumn. Electromobile vehicles are now a common sight on German streets and are no longer considered unusual. This is something that customers of German E-Cars GmbH – such as Städtische Werke Kassel, BASF, die Allianz, Siemens and SAP – have also recognised. These customers use the STROMOS electric vehicles produced by the North Hessian company – in particular, the carrier models as a pool vehicle for fleets and in the car-sharing segment for their own employees. More customers will follow by autumn at the latest, when German E-Cars presents the next evolutionary step in electric transport: the PLANTOS. This electric vehicle represents a transport solution that is powerful, flexible and continues the cost-effectiveness associated with running an electromobile fleet. The PLANTOS has a range of 120 km, is available either as a 9-seater or as a van and utility vehicle, and is already much in demand with the target group. This autumn, we will present a vehicle that is innovative, contemporary and, above all, ready to go into series production. Hall A6, Booth 611, www.german-e-cars.com

Solutions at system level
Production costs of batteries and power trains of electric vehicles can be halved by 2018, if existing gaps in the innovation chain will be closed. At Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), 250 scientists are developing concrete, close-to-industry solutions for electric energy stores and power trains: Nanomaterials at Karlsruhe on the basis of iron-carbon already reach twice the specific capacity than today’s batteries. A patent has been applied for a process that reduces the filling time of batteries with electrolyte to one tenth. Mass production of modular battery and drive concepts will reduce the prices on the market. KIT combines numerous partial solutions at system level. Marketable innovations are based on integrated and multidisciplinary development. Demonstrators are to show that components and production lines are mature for industrial implementation. Under the umbrella of “Competence E”, KIT pools its activities relating to electric energy stores and power trains and is the central contact point for industry, science, politics, and society. Hall A5, Stand 323, www.kit.edu

About eCarTec
The leading trade fair for electric mobility is an excellent opportunity to acquaint yourself in detail with the cross-sectional project of e-mobility. The trade fair will take place from October 18 to 20, 2011 at the New Munich Trade Fair Center and will present electric vehicles, storage technology, drive and engine technology. It also deals with the topics of energy, infrastructure and financing. An additional test track where end consumers can test the latest electric vehicles and familiarize themselves with this technology is also available. This trade fair focuses on developers, construction engineers, designers, managers, traders, car fleet managers, private car buyers and decision makers from politics and public authorities. A specialist conference on the topic of electric mobility will round off the event. MATERIALICA – 14th International Trade Fair for Material Applications, Surfaces and Product Engineering as well as sMove360°, 1st International Trade Fair for Smart Car Communications, will be held in parallel. The large number of representatives from the automotive industry is sure to promote a synergy effect between the three trade fairs. MATERIALICA considers itself a link between the engineering and supply industry.

Marco Ebner
Phone: +49 (89) 32 29 91-13
Fax: +49 (89) 32 29 91-19

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81677 München