The Mobility House expands collaboration with leading car manufacturer

March 23, 2023|Munich

  • The Mobility House offers charging solutions and services for the Mercedes-Benz premium model EQS and provides customers with comprehensive support to allow them a smooth transition to electromobility.
  • Following a free installation check by The Mobility House, buyers receive an offer for the installation of an individual charging solution, which can be implemented by one of the company’s partners if desired.
  • The cooperation is a further step in the collaboration between the two companies, which has been in place since 2016.
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As a long-standing partner, The Mobility House supports the Stuttgart-based car manufacturer in making customers ready for electromobility. Through their local dealership, buyers of the all-electric sedan will be offered a free installation check and consultation from The Mobility House. This gives customers an overview of the work to be done and provides them with a contact who can answer questions about convenient charging at home and the professional installation of charging infrastructure. The charging solution provider then offers customers a charging solution that is tailored to their needs and local conditions, and the installation of the same by a certified installation partner. The cooperation allows dealers to benefit from professional consulting and service-related support, while customers profit from comprehensive care from a single source.

"The fact, that we have been selected as a service partner is a tribute to the team and the excellent collaboration in the charging solutions segment over the last few years. We look forward to jointly continue driving forward the ramp-up of electromobility even more actively in the future"

Marcus Fendt, Managing Director,

The Mobility House

The companies have already been working together since 2016 on various topics relating to charging solutions, as well as stationary storage projects and vehicle-to-grid applications in the car, van and bus segments. Since 2021, they have also been involved in the unIT-e² research project funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs to the tune of over EUR 30  million to test intelligent charging concepts for integrating electromobility in a way that benefits both, the market and the grid.

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