“New solar charger Point.One is Berlin/sweet in Berlin awarded ideas that contribute to the design of the city of the future, September 05th, 2011 -, were in demand in the State contest vision – electric cars city of the future”. Focused on innovative solutions that give effective impetus to the rapid development of sustainable electric mobility at the Center. The solar charger was awarded in one of the four categories Point.One of the EIGHT GmbH & co. KG. Sweet Stuttgart based company was built in the category”by against many competitors will be located and its innovative solar charging station next Wednesday in Berlin present. Coordinated the competition of ideas was among other things by the Fraunhofer Institute, and the price was supported by the Federal Ministry for transport, building and urban development, where the award is passed on the 7th September. The contribution which features EIGHT GmbH & co.
KG in terms of feasibility, a high degree of implementation, as well as the environmental benefits. Through the attractive Architecture together with the visibility of the integration of renewable energies into the system of electric mobility is the idea of Point.One a concrete contribution for the electric cars city of the future that”told the jury in her explanatory statement. Members of the expert panel are among others Franz Loogen, Director of the National Agency for electric vehicles and fuel cell technology Baden-Wurttemberg GmbH, and Prof. Dieter Spath, Director of the Institute of IAT of University of Stuttgart and the Fraunhofer IAO. In addition to the jury even interested citizens on the Internet through the various entries were able to vote. In addition to numerous other companies, EIGHT with the innovative solar charger was Point.One before a new idea in the context of the competition. The solar charger makes tangible and visible – inspired by the latest technological possibilities, allowing also a very sustainable and resource-conserving production potential of emission-free mobility in a new way.