The Berlin consortium launches the MEISTER EU funded project for new electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The state housing project “WATERKANT Berlin” integrates an e-car sharing service from the beginning.
The MEISTER project, funded by the European Union and coordinated by ETRA (Spain), is promoting new charging infrastructure business models in Berlin, Gothenburg and Malaga, and it is being implemented by a consortium of 10 partners from 4 different countries.
In Berlin, a pilot project is being implemented in the residential district “WATERKANT Berlin” planned by Gewobag. On the banks of Oberhavel, in the district of Spandau, a new neighborhood has been built since 2018, which will have around 2,500 apartments by 2024. The issue of mobility played a central role in the development of the neighborhood from the beginning. The aim is to provide tenants with innovative mobility services such as the sharing of electric cars with the simplest possible access to charging stations.