Ten years ago, few people talked about electric mobility, and even fewer thought that by the beginning of the next decade, it would be considered one of the biggest developments in the public infrastructure sector. New and old market players, big and small, are participating in this exciting exercise of sector coupling and innovation, resulting in a myriad of new and innovative solutions to meet customer needs of tomorrow. In this task, existing frameworks are being challenged and extended to fit the new premises.
One of the major examples of an existing framework being used for this new application is the peculiar case of the German calibration law, or “Eichrecht”, which mandates a tamper proof way for customers to review their charging data by the time they receive the bill. While the intention of protecting the customer from poorly calibrated measuring devices and undetectable overcharges is noble, the practical application of a law that was designed for an entirely different use case has proven challenging in the market.
We at e-clearing.net are committed to aid the development of this emerging, rapidly maturing e-mobility world, and are looking forward to continue delivering excellent solutions to ensure interoperability between partners all over the world.
In the spirit of the above statement, we will be holding an informative online seminar on the topic of “Eichrecht and Roaming” on Wednesday the 8th of April, from 10:00 to 11:30 CEST.
The following points will be covered:
The seminar is free of charge to e-clearing.net partners. For other interested parties, a charge of 79€ (excl. VAT) applies.
Who is this offer aimed at?
EMPs and CPOs active in the German e-mobility market, business & technical personell.
What format will be used?
The seminar will be held via an online meeting tool (GoTo-Meeting), including an online presentation of slides
Where can I sign up?
Please send an e-mail with the intent to sign up to firstname.lastname@example.org
While we are well versed in the ins and outs of European and especially German regulation, the offer is informative only.
The e-clearing.net seminar on the German calibration law is not legal advice.