The news service is the leading publication for the electric transport industry in Europe and beyond. We follow the development of e-mobility and its infrastructure since 2013, always driven by journalistic passion and expertise.

The newsletter “electrive today” is published every workday and reports on the most relevant international news. And it is sent right to your inbox. Short, to the point, and free of charge.

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What does “electrive” mean?

Electrive is a made up name and is derived from the words electric and drive.

For whom do you write “ 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 “ today” produced?

Every day, the editorial team scans through all kinds of blogs and websites worldwide, as well as newspapers, magazines and specialised media. We only use the most relevant information to create news postings and than summarise them in two to three sentences for the newsletter. The original source can be found at bottom of every news posting, for all those who want to read a more on the topic.

How can I contact the editorial team?

Send us an email at or call us at +49 (0) 30 27 57 69 86.

What else does have to offer?

The website offers an event calendar, listing all trade shows, conferences, and specialty events in the electric mobility sector. Furthermore, offers an electric mobility job market. Using this, companies can address the right target group and find the perfect match for vacancies in order to meet the growing demand of professionals in this industry. We also have a study guide which is a data base of all relevant industry studies, including market analysis and surveys. 

How does use social media?

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