Amber

Anyone following Innovation Origins will now know that electric driving is in full swing. Sometimes with great leaps forward (through technology, legislation or entrepreneurship) and sometimes with considerable delays (usually caused by the failure of one of these three variables). In doing so, we focus on global trends, but also put the magnifying glass on developments in and around Munich and Eindhoven, our two home cities. With good reason, because it is precisely these two cities that play a leading role worldwide in innovations in the field of e-mobility. Together with the local Technical Universities (TUM and TU/e), important stakeholders include BMW, Siemens and Sono in Munich and Amber, Lightyear and the Automotive Campus in the Eindhoven region.

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