Deutsche Telekom to buy 100% electric company cars from 2023
A huge change is underway as Germany’s largest telecommunications company, Deutsche Telekom, has announced to buy only electric company cars from 1 January 2023. Staff in Germany will have a choice between 33 EV models. The move is part of the Group’s broader sustainability initiatives.
T-Systems aims to electrify 1,400 vehicles by 2025
T-Systems is converting its fleet of company vehicles worldwide to electric cars starting this year. The internationally active IT services subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom plans to complete the project for the approximately 1,400 company cars in Germany by 2025.
Vattenfall & Telekom are targeting the home charging market
Vattenfall and Deutsche Telekom will be working together in the future on the nationwide expansion of charging infrastructure in the private sector. The duo wants to target both private owners of EVs and companies that want to offer charging infrastructure in their parking lots.
First charging services raise prices at Ionity HPC columns
First mobility service providers are reacting to Ionity’s new pricing model of consumption-based high power charging. MSP’s such as Deutsche Telekom and Vattenfall have excluded the automobile joint venture from its preferred and cheaper partner options, while Ionity struggles to clarify the debate.