Peter Altmeier, Federal Minister of Economic Affairs and Energy said on the occasion of the opening: “The Berlin-Brandenburg region with the future Tesla plant in Grünheide is increasingly developing into a Tesla innovation location in Europe. This was confirmed not least by Elon Musk's visit last week. It is good for our business location that Tesla is bringing its latest technologies to Germany and has set up its first inner-city supercharger charging station on the EUREF campus."
Karin Teichmann, Board Member of EUREF AG, stresses: “The EUREF-Campus Berlin is a place of the future where we develop and present innovative and sustainable energy and mobility concepts ... The V3 Supercharger underlines the importance of the EUREF-Campus as an important showcase and real laboratory for the mobility transition."
The EUREF-Campus in Berlin is a leading location for the energy transition in Germany. More than 150 companies, start-ups, and small and medium-sized companies from business, science, and research are based within the 5.5 hectare area. This encompasses 5,000 professionals focusing on topics of a clean future, such as energy management, mobility, and climate protection.
Tesmanian previously reported that Tesla Tesla wants to place its design and development center in an 80-meter gasometer at EUREF-Campus.
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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.