Germany’s electric state

Tesla’s Gigafactory in Grünheide has created well over 10,000 jobs in the production of electrically powered vehicles in Brandenburg within just one year. And the growth continues.

Brandenburg is also home to numerous supplier companies that produce parts and components for e-mobility and thus significantly strengthen the value chain for the mobility of the future.

The production of electrically powered vehicles in Brandenburg includes more than just road traffic. Brandenburg is also developing into the new hub of modern mobility for rail and air travel.

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APUS is working on hybrid-electric aircraft propulsion in Strausberg; Stadler is developing battery systems for rechargeable multiple units in cooperation with the German Aerospace Center (DLR), to replace diesel trains on routes that are not fully electrified; and Mercedes-Benz is producing the eSprinter pickup in Ludwigsfelde.

This is the beginning of a new era of mobility – with great significance for the entire industrial landscape.

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Then Brandenburg is the right place for you. Because this is where your investment pays off.

Innovative drivers are already here


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The talented individuals working at Tesla shape future mobility from both angles. With autonomous driving and battery-based electric drives, Tesla is a forerunner in the field of electromobility.


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Tesla Gigafactory 4 Eichenstraße 315537 Grünheide (Mark)

Mercedes Benz

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Lead in Electric Drive

Mercedes-Benz is also building the eSprinter in Ludwigsfelde. Alongside Charleston in South Carolina (USA) and Düsseldorf, Brandenburg will then be one of the three sites worldwide where the Daimler Group is underlining its “lead in electric drive”, i.e. it’s leadership aim in electric mobility in the vans segment.

Around 50,000 of the so-called open model series of the conventional Sprinter (chassis, flatbed, traction head) roll off the line each year.

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Stadler Rail and German Aerospace Center

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The railway engineering specialist Stadler and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) are developing a battery system for rechargeable multiple units as part of the MOSENAS (“Modular scalable energy storage for sustainable local rail passenger transport”) collaborative project.

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The MOSENAS collaborative project is creating a new energy storage system.

The configuration of the energy storage system takes into account the track-side and railway operating requirements, as well as the available charging time windows. The aim is to optimize the performance, energy content, weight and installation space of the energy storage system.

The system is tested under real operating conditions on a test vehicle.

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Roald Koch
Roald Koch
Dep. Head of Department
Department of Mobility
+49 331 – 730 61-214
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