Green Motion awarded the Green World Award 2023
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Last week Mercedes outlined its plans to conquer the electric car market, saying it will make electric vehicles in six plants across three continents while creating a "global battery network" to produce batteries for the vehicles.
Mercedes plans to launch its electric EQ brand with the fully-electric EQC SUV, which is set for production in 2019.
Markus Schäfer, Member of the Divisional Board of Mercedes-Benz Cars, Production and Supply Chain said, “Our electric vehicles will be built in six plants on three continents. We address every market segment: from the smart fortwo seater, to the large SUV. The battery is the key component of e-mobility. As batteries are the heart of our electric vehicles we put a great emphasis on building them in our own factories. With our global battery network we are in an excellent position: As we are close to our vehicle plants we can ensure the optimal supply of production. In case of a short-term high demand in another part of the world our battery factories are also well prepared for export. The electric initiative of Mercedes-Benz Cars is right on track. Our global production network is ready for e-mobility. We are electrifying the future”.
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