The Mobility House ready for bidirectional charging

June 17, 2024|Munich/Zurich

  • The market leader for intelligent charging and energy solutions, The Mobility House, is consolidating the international topics of energy and bidirectional charging under "The Mobility House Energy”. 
  • With this move, the company is strategically placing its energy business at the forefront and preparing itself for the upcoming market launch and scale-up of bidirectional charging. 
  • Thomas Raffeiner, founder of The Mobility House, will spearhead this as CEO alongside Herbert Diess, Chairman of the Board. 

Since 2009, The Mobility House has been shaping the energy transition as a pioneer in the field of intelligent charging and energy solutions. With the introduction of the business unit "The Mobility House Energy", the integration of electric car batteries into the energy system is now being advanced. 

For a zero-emission and cost-free mobility future

These structural adjustments also entail personnel changes. Thomas Raffeiner, who founded the company 15 years ago with the vision of a zero-emission mobility and energy future, will lead The Mobility House together with the new Chairman of the Board, Herbert Diess. By focusing and reorganizing the structures and the team, The Mobility House is strengthening its competitiveness and promoting long-term growth. 

"The energy transition opens up unprecedented opportunities, such as the use of electric car batteries as storage in the power grid. For years, we have proven with our unique and innovative technologies how electric cars can help stabilize the energy system and save costs. Now is the time for our vision zero zero – zero emissions at zero cost for driving an electric car."

Thomas Raffeiner,

Founder and CEO at The Mobility House

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