Baden-Württemberg connects stakeholders for e-mobility innovation

13 February 2019

In Baden-Württemberg and across the globe, the shift towards sustainable and smart mobility is challenging the conventional value creation chains of the automotive industry. In response to this, the state government of Baden-Württemberg has established an innovation alliance called the Cluster Electric Mobility South-West to connect stakeholders from industry and research. 

The cluster aims to hone new technologies and develop innovative mobility solutions by bringing together industry players with science and politics. By connecting the different stakeholders involved in the mobility ecosystem, the cluster members have the opportunity to exchange ideas with partners outside of their specific industry or field of technology. Ultimately, the goal is to develop capabilities for new products and services, generating new potential for value creation in Baden-Württemberg and a cleaner automotive future to help reduce emissions.

To find out more, read the full case study below. This case study is part of a series from our Policy Action work, which aims to accelerate the pace of climate policy development and adoption in states and regions. To see more innovative climate policies from around the world, check out our Under2 Policy Action Map.

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