Who we are
We stand up for each other and support each other with constructive feedback and respect.
We passionately pursue our vision and live sustainability at all levels.
We share our knowledge and ideas openly, authentically and at eye level.
We are curious, innovative and not afraid to take risks to create great things together.
We are courageous, goal-oriented and take responsibility. This is how we create high-quality solutions for our customers.
Vision & mission
Our mission is to give everyone the opportunity to shape the future of electric mobility and actively contribute to the shift in mobility. To this end, we provide an individual, transparent and fully automated charging solution for electric vehicles.
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News from reev
Edison – Charging electric company cars at work and at home
An electric vehicle fleet only becomes efficient with the (…) installation of a charging infrastructure. Eduard Schlutius] describes (…) what to look out for when converting the company fleet to electric vehicles.Read the article
electrive.net – reev launches further charge management software
The Munich-based eMobility company (…) is launching another software licence specifically tailored to user and consumption control of charging solutions.Read the article
IMMOBILIEN AKTUELL – Eduard Schlutius on the importance of eMobility in the housing industry
Key elements of a successful change in transport (…) are above all charging possibilities at places where we spend a long time and regularly. That is, on the one hand, at the workplace, but above all at home.Read the article
Springer Professional – “We are in the middle of the breakthrough of electromobility”.
reev is a young service provider that wants to make electromobility easily available. Springer Professional spoke with Eduard Schlutius about intelligent charging solutions for e-cars.Read the article
Abendzeitung München – For electromobility to work, charging stations must be interconnected
The start-up reev has software for this. “We want to enable everyone to be part of eMobility,” says Eduard Schlutius. The 25-year-old leans back in his chair in an empty room in Schwabing West.Read the article