Exhibition debuts in a year full of highlights
The year 2019 seems to be a year full of highlights. Not only is the eltefa opening its doors for the 20th time, but there is also a special show titled "The E-Road" being held for the first time in the wake of the enormous boom in electric mobility - which is reason enough for KEBA to make its way to Stuttgart, for Germany's largest state trade fair for the electrical industry.
By the way: this year we are also celebrating our 10th anniversary. When KEBA presented the first prototype of a charging station in 2009, electric mobility was just a far-off vision. Today, with more than 100,000 wall boxes sold, we are one of the top 3 manufacturers of intelligent charging infrastructure worldwide.
Visit us at our stand to take a look at our charging stations and to talk to our electric mobility experts:
- When? 20th to 23rd March 2019, daily from 9am to 5pm
- Where? Messe Stuttgart, Hall 10, Stand 10F71
Our electric mobility experts are looking forward to your visit at the KEBA stand 10F71.
That was the EVS 32!
At KEBA’s stand at the EVS 32, visitors were able to experience a comprehensive exchange of ideas with experts – and our intelligent charging stations for the future of electromobility – in a fantastic atmosphere. Our speaker also revealed at a round table the three decisive factors for an outstanding “charging experience”. We have assembled these insights with a photo gallery capturing all of the trade fair impressions for you here.
Concentrated electromobility knowledge from the wall box pioneer
With 10 years of industry experience and 150,000 wall boxes sold, KEBA is a world market leader in electromobility. And our experts are frequently invited to speak at events all over the world. Come see Gerhard Wimmer, KEBA Sales Director, who will give unique insights into the dynamic electromobility market at “vie-mobility 2019” and the “Photovoltaik für Gebäude” (Photovoltaics for Buildings) conference.
Cooperation with Loxone for the smart home of the future
Environmentally aware owners of electric vehicles will be connecting their KeContact P20 wallbox to the Loxone Smart Home System in the future. The car is charged depending on the energy output of the photovoltaic system and the consumption of the rest of the house.