“Light & Charge“ represents the successful integration of charging points into the existing urban infrastructure. Pre-existing public amenities, such as lampposts, can be equipped with charging points easily and cost-effectively. Access can be obtained via RFID Cards or QR Codes. The charging station is particularly suitable for city centers and residential areas due to its compact construction.
eluminocity GmbH developed a street light concept in cooperation with the automotive industry and other technology market leaders to implement state-of-the-art urban electric vehicle infrastructure. Our product offers a modular LED street light fixture with an additional retrofit charging module for e-Mobility solutions to be deployed at the street side in neighborhoods and cities of all sizes. “Light & Charge” is already in use in cities such as Chicago, Eindhoven, Los Angeles, Oxford, Munich and Starnberg.
“We are able to meet the specific requirements of the City of Munich thanks to the retrofitting of existing infrastructure with our Charging Module and the modularity of the integral Light & Charge System. Furthermore, the direct attachment to the lamppost saves urban space. By this, the Light & Charge System provides charging wherever and whenever – Charge2Go for a fast and flexible mobility within the city.”
“It’s impressive what the young team at eluminocity has already achieved in the field of e-mobility and digital cities in such a short time. I am thrilled to be now able to play my part in seizing the opportunities that lie ahead and – together with our investors – turning them into sustainable growth.”
“I am exceptionally pleased about this cooperation, which will give an impetus to the further development of the charging infrastructure. A full-coverage network of charging stations is the base for the success of e-Mobility in Germany. Our pilot project “Light & Charge” proves the potential for innovation which can be unlocked if all parties work together closely. Along with our partners, we point the way in a new century of mobility.”