electrive.com is an editorially-created information service for electric mobility experts. Every workday, our newsletter “electrive.com today” provides you with an overview of the most relevant international news and happenings in the sector. And electrive.com is made in Germany! It follows the success of electrive.net, which was founded in 2011 and already has become a vital source of information for more than 6,000 experts per day in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
You can receive our free newsletter per email. If you would like it to be delivered right to your inbox, just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add you to our mailing list. We keep our eyes on all sorts of potential sources so you can on top of the news.
What does “electrive” mean?
Electrive is a made up name and is derived from the words electric and drive.
For whom do you write “electrive.com today”?
The information service is aimed at decision makers and interested parties working in the electric mobility sector – such as manufacturers (cars, bikes, busses, or trucks), suppliers, utilities, battery makers, mobility and/or service providers, agencies, media or vendors.
How is “electrive.com today” produced?
Every day, the editorial team scans through all kinds of blogs and websites worldwide, as well as newspapers, magazines and specialized media. We take only the most relevant information and summarize them in two to three sentences. The original link goes at the end, for all those who want to read a more on the topic.
How can I contact the editorial team?
Simple: send us an email at email@example.com or call us at +49 (0) 30 / 27 58 13 64.
What else does electrive.com have to offer?
First off, there is our industry calendar, listing all trade shows, conventions, and specialty events in the electric mobility sector. We also have a data base of all relevant industry studies, including market analysis and surveys. And of course we have a whole lot of more ideas that we will put in place one by one, when the time allows.
How does electrive.com use social media?