It is a transportation trend that simply cannot be stopped: in its “Fit for 55” reform package, the European Commission is planning the imminent end of combustion engines. From 2035 on, there should no longer be any gasoline or diesel vehicles registered in the EU. To support this ecological development, WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management made its contribution with the installation of two e-car charging stations at its campus in Vallendar. The stations can simultaneously charge two e-vehicles, each with a charging power of 11 kilowatts, and are located in front of the D-building on the corner of D'Esterstrasse and Beuelsweg.
Anyone who possesses an e-mobile card (RF-ID card) can charge their electric car at these stations with low-cost green power. Refueling is billed through evm, where new e-mobile payment cards can also be requested. These cards are available free of charge to WHU employees, who also benefit from cheaper charging prices. The e-mobility cards can be used at more than 5,200 charging stations throughout Germany and over 30,000 charging stations in Europe.