LEW And The Mobility House Carry Out Electric Mobility Joint Projects


Electric mobility from a single source – this is what distinguishes the co-operation between Lechwerke AG (LEW) and The Mobility House. The energy supplier from Bavarian Swabia has been working with the technology company since the end of last year. The first joint projects in Munich and Regensburg have now been successfully completed. Through the cooperation, customers receive the complete service package for intelligent charging including installation and benefit from the expertise and consulting of both companies.

As a regional energy supplier, LEW has also been driving forward electric mobility in the region for many years. With more than 300 public charging points, LEW is the largest operator of public charging infrastructure in Bavarian Swabia and one of the ten largest in Germany. The Mobility House, with its many years of experience in the field of
intelligent charging and energy solutions, has already supported numerous customers on their way to an electric future. The co-operation enables both companies to complement their respective competencies.

The first joint projects have already been successfully implemented. For example, at Infineon’s headquarters, the Campeon in Neubiberg. The Mobility House took over the project coordination and delivered the entire range of services of its Charging and Energy Management system ChargePilot. LEW was responsible for the technical implementation and installation of the charging infrastructure on site. The Mobility House and LEW also work together successfully at other locations, including Regensburg.

“With LEW as implementation partner we have another strong and experienced expert on our side. No matter whether consulting, concept, load management or installation – the co-operation turns us together into a one-stop-shop solution for electric mobility,” explains Marcus Fendt, Managing Director of The Mobility House.

“The future is electric – we are convinced of that. Electromobility is more than just an image issue for us. We want it to reach the people. This requires attractive and fair products – whether it is the right charging infrastructure, charging tariffs or fleet management concepts. Strong partnerships are crucial here. Both companies contribute their respective strengths to the projects, so that we can offer our customers the best solutions possible,” says Andreas Remmele, Head of Electromobility at LEW.

The partners also want to expand their cooperation in the future. Further projects of various sizes are already being planned and are to be implemented before the end of this year.

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