The Regensburg group was welcomed by two delegation leaders of the Deutsche Messe, which coincided with presentations on the subject of electrocomobility and industry 4.0 on the day. A guide program which was specially put togehter for the E-Mobility Cluster enabled a good overview of the exhibition grounds and the exhibiting companies. Participants also had the Premium Pass of the Deutsche Messe, which included exclusive services such as a free shuttle bus or access to the Premium Lounge with gastronomic delights and free PC workstations.
On the 5-hour drive back to Regensburg Mayor Jürgen Huber has been impressed by the innovations presented: ". Some ideas can be certainly implemented for our Old Town E-Buses that will operate the 3,3 km long Old Town route as from next year". With that, Huber said, another important issue is on the way to position the city of Regensburg as a figurehead in electromobility. "In this regard, we are now well positioned, I am sure."
About the E-Mobility Cluster Regensburg
The E-Mobility Cluster Regensburg was founded in 2011 with the aim of bundling the regional competence in the field of electromobility across industries and to position Regensburg in this future topic. 2015 the R-Tech GmbH took over the management of the E-Mobility Cluster by the Office of Economic Development Regensburg. In total there are currently around 40 companies and higher education institutions actively networked in the Cluster that operate mainly in Regensburg and Eastern Bavaria. The projects of the E-Mobility Cluster focuses on the main topics E-Vehicle, Powertrain, Charging Technology, Smart Grid and Networked Mobility.
Photos from our delegation can be found on our Facebook page.