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Source: Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
06/28/2022 – Press Release – Electromobility
The constitutive meeting of the expert group “Transformation of the Automotive Industry” took place today. The group of experts, led by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection (BMWK), is part of the strategy platform provided for in the coalition agreement, which deals with the transformation of the automotive and mobility economy. The expert group “Transformation of the automotive industry” consists of 13 members who were appointed by Federal Minister Robert Habeck for the legislative period.Michael Kellner, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection: “Decarbonization, digitization and strengthening of the supply networks: these are the challenges and at the same time the opportunities of the automotive industry in Germany. For 2030, we have set ourselves the goal of having 15 million fully electric cars on the road. The vehicles of the future will not only do without fossil fuels, they will also be networked and automated. In addition, the value chains must become more sustainable and robust. Also important for this is an independent and efficient production for central components of the cars in Germany and Europe – especially for chips and batteries. The expert group “Transformation of the automotive industry” is to develop concrete recommendations for action on how we can achieve the goal of climate neutrality and how we can secure value creation as well as jobs and training positions in Germany as an automotive location months to be processed. These are decarbonization of the automotive value chain smart car: software, digitization, automation resilience of the automotive value creation and supply networks employment, further training and qualification, structural policy aspects standardization
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