Case Study – City Herrieden

Employees of the town of Herrieden charge electrically – An investment in green mobility

In order to achieve the mobility transformation, the expansion of the charging network needs to proceed equally in large cities as well as in smaller municipalities. The active city Herrieden in the Middle Franconia region is leading the way and is making it possible for town hall employees and building yard employees to charge their eCars.

The project is a prime example of the excellent cooperation between various stakeholders. The city of Herrieden has benefited from the close partnership between the regional energy supplier N-ERGIE and the eMobility expert reev during the stages of planning, implementation, and operation.

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