Daimler and Mitsui Share The Mobility House’s Vision
Daimler, Mitsui & Co. and The Mobility House share a common vision: to push forward the energy transition and enable an emissions-free future. They work together on innovative projects with a great deal of passion, and enthusiasm for the sustainable use of batteries from electric cars. This commitment was reinforced most recently when Daimler and Mitsui & Co. took up a minority holding.
The Mobility House develops technologies to enable optimised operation of charging infrastructure for fleets, parking spaces and depots, Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) and Vehicle-to-Home (V2H) applications, as well as the integration of vehicle batteries into the power grid as stationary storage units, in order to stabilise the power grid.
The Mobility House has inspired over 20,000 private and commercial customers with its innovative charging and energy solutions since 2009. “Neutrality is the basis for our long-term partnerships with leading car manufacturers,” explains Thomas Raffeiner, CEO and founder of The Mobility House, “We are particularly pleased that leading companies such as Daimler and Mitsui & Co. share our vision, and support the expansion of The Mobility House through their investment and common projects.”
A selection of projects realized by The Mobility House as a neutral partner of the automotive industry with various manufacturers:
- Vehicle2Coffee – V2G project in cooperation with Nissan
- 4 MW stationary storage at Amsterdam ArenA with Eaton and Nissan
- World’s largest 2nd-use battery storage in cooperation with Daimler
- Controlled and optimised charging of fleets in cooperation with Renault