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By Friedrich Vogel

E-mobility on the rise - ENIO is optimizing web application and payment options

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Dear Companists,

Thank you very much for your support and feedback! You still have approx. 2 weeks left to invest in ENIO and therefore in a market with a future potential of several billion euros in Europe alone.

In order to truly realize the potential of e-mobility, we need a managed and dense charging infrastructure. ENIO covers all important aspects of charging infrastructure.

 

New independent payment options and optimization of web application for mobile devices

In February, ENIO took a decisive step toward payment options at charging stations: Thanks to the cooperation with Wirecard, it is now possible to pay directly at the charging station with a credit card or a debit card with Secure Code without needing an e-mobility membership card. In addition, a new modern and responsive app interface enables use of the entire portal on a variety of mobile devices

 

E-mobility prevails

E-mobility is a topic that is becoming a major focus in both business and politics. According to the CEO of BMW, Harald Krüger: „Everyone needs to be prepared for change and realize that if often occurs much earlier than we expect“ and „there will be a point when further improvements to the combustion engine will no longer be profitable“.  Krüger believes that the end of the combustion engine is just around the corner. "Further development of the combustion engine requires more and more capital while the cost of batteries and e-drive electronics is constantly decreasing", Krüger adds.

In this, BMW's CEO is in line with Bloomberg, who compare e-mobility with developments such as refrigerators or mobile telephones, and have also predicted the next oil crash.

The next oil crash will, according to Bloomberg, be caused by e-mobility but will not jeopardize the branch and help protect the environment and our climate.

The e-vehicle trend continues to grow even though according to the transport minister of Baden-Wuerttemberg Winfried Hermann, the announcement of a decision on advancement of e-cars in Germany is "causing a total blockade on the market" because everyone is waiting to find out what the final decision will be. The decision, which is expected to be announced sometime soon, will, no matter the outcome, dissolve the backlog and cause rapid growth in e-mobility.

Thanks to the tax-friendly status of e-cars in Austria, businesses and employees are currently leaning more and more towards e-mobility.

In this sense, e-mobility is and will remain a hot topic, and will become more noticeable on the market in the very near future.     

 

Kind regards

Friedrich (Fritz) Vogel



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