E-mobility – the future of locomotion

12. April 2023 – Premium Speakers

E-mobility is on the rise and will become increasingly important in the coming years. There is already a wide range of electrically powered vehicles, from small e-bikes to large electric trucks. But what exactly does e-mobility mean and what advantages does it offer?

In their presentations, our speakers on mobility of the future go into more detail on the subject of e-mobility and explain its significance as well as disadvantages and advantages. For inquiries please call +1 (704) 804 1054 or welcome@premium-speakers.com

More about E-Mobility

E-mobility is the use of electrically powered vehicles to get around. These can either be battery-powered or equipped with fuel cells. Most e-vehicles are currently powered by batteries. The batteries can be charged either at a power outlet or at a charging station.


One of the biggest advantages of e-mobility is that it is environmentally friendly. Electric vehicles produce no emissions, which helps improve air quality. In addition, electric vehicles are quieter than conventional vehicles, which is especially beneficial in urban areas.

Another advantage of e-mobility is efficiency. Electric vehicles are very efficient compared to conventional vehicles and can recover energy by feeding braking energy back into the battery.

Infrastructure as the key to success

For e-mobility to spread further, a well-developed infrastructure is crucial. This includes a nationwide network of charging stations where vehicles can be recharged quickly and easily. The availability of fuel cell filling stations is also important for increasing the acceptance of hydrogen vehicles.


E-mobility offers many advantages and will become increasingly important in the coming years. However, to realize the full potential of e-mobility, further advances in battery technology and infrastructure must be made. With a well-developed infrastructure and powerful batteries, electric vehicles can play an important role in reducing CO2 emissions and improving air quality.


There are also some disadvantages associated with e-mobility that cannot be ignored.

One of the biggest challenges of e-mobility is the limited range of electric vehicles compared to vehicles with combustion engines. Although the ranges of electric vehicles have improved in recent years, they are still not comparable to the range of conventional vehicles. This can cause problems when it comes to driving longer distances or traveling.

Another disadvantage of e-mobility is the limited availability of charging stations. Although the infrastructure for electric vehicles is continuously being expanded, there are still not as many charging stations as conventional gas stations. This can make it difficult to find a charging station when you need it.

Another disadvantage is the higher purchase price of electric vehicles compared to conventional vehicles with internal combustion engines. Although the operating costs of electric vehicles may be lower over time, the purchase price is often still higher. This can be a barrier for many consumers when it comes to purchasing an electric vehicle.

Overall, then, there are some disadvantages associated with e-mobility that need to be considered. However, many of these disadvantages can be mitigated or overcome due to continued advances in technology and infrastructure as we move toward the electrification of mobility.

If you would like to learn more about e-mobility and the future of transportation, our speakers are available to speak at meetings, conferences or workshops. Inquiries at +1 (704) 804 1054 or welcome@premium-speakers.com.