Video on Mobility in the Future: KEBA's interview with Welt.de

2.12.2019
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Mobility is undergoing change. Many megatrends that are connected to each other by electric mobility are converging. Forerunners are intelligent charging stations for electric cars, which can do more than just charge. KEBA is one of the world's leading manufacturers of such smart wall boxes, which is why Welt.de invited our expert Andreas Plotz (Executive Sales E-Mobility) to an interview. As part of the "The Business Debate", together with ZDF presenter Ralph Szepanski, Andreas looks into the future of mobility and explains why it will be electric, smart and green. You can also find the video on our anniversary page "10 years of electric mobility at KEBA".

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