Conventional mobility is one of the major drivers of climate change: after all, vehicles emit enormous quantities of CO2. This is why GP JOULE focuses on alternative drive forms! We’re particularly concerned with e-mobility, hydrogen power and charging infrastructure.
GP JOULE advocates a strong linkage between the electricity and mobility sectors: be it through the successive expansion of e-mobility by the GP JOULE CONNECT business unit or through the development of a suitable infrastructure for hydrogen mobility supply, as demonstrated by the cooperative eFarm project.
We are a pioneer in this segment, too, having already switched our own vehicle fleet to climate-friendly fuels. In addition to around 60 electric vehicles, GP JOULE started using its first hydrogen-powered vehicles this year.