Just a trend or the future of mobility?

Nahaufnahme von ladendem E-Auto

The CASE model (connected, autonomous, shared, electrified) lists the electrification of mobility as one of the four megatrends in the automotive industry. The effects on the environment, society, and the economy are correspondingly far-reaching and profound. Suppliers specializing in mechanical components for combustion engines in particular are acutely endangered. Battery production and charging infrastructure, on the other hand, are opening up entirely new business areas that will make it easier for new players in particular to enter the billion-dollar “car” business. But this change also affects municipalities. Charging stations and e-scooters are already making their mark on the cityscape. But the technology is still in its infancy: While OEMs are working on optimizing battery technology and carriers are testing overhead lines on highways, hydrogen-based fuel cells are gaining momentum elsewhere. And customers ultimately have to cope with all these innovations, registering with one of 15 electricity providers to use their charging stations while trying to bolt on their wall boxes.

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Interaction with customers

New business models

Batterie wird in eine Elektro Auto eingesetzt

Separation of battery and e-car

Again and again, e-cars are confronted with the comparatively low range. The Chinese supplier NIO proves that there is more than one way to solve this problem.

EScooter an der Straße


Everything about e-scooters, the last mile and competitors in the market.

Infrastructure and urban space

Person bezahlt mit Bezahlkarte an der Ladesäule für E-Auto

Charging infrastructure

You can only understand the problems of the charging infrastructure if you know the tasks of all those involved in the value chain. We present these to you here.



Parkplatz mit Schulbüssen

Development of digital sales products

Operational management of the content creation process of e-mobility content on the website of an automotive manufacturer and optimization of the content as part of the transition to the new brand design.

Your contact for electromobility

Portrait vom Dirk Dempewolf, Head of Automotive-Consulting bei Consileon

Dirk Dempewolf has been a member of Consileon’s management team since May 2016 and is responsible for business with clients from the automotive industry. Previously, he was an account manager and strategy consultant at Consileon, responsible for projects for one of the world’s largest automotive groups.

In addition to his expertise in the automotive industry, Dirk Dempewolf has project experience in other high-tech industries, the financial sector and retail.
He has a particular soft spot for trends in the automotive industry, especially carOS, connected car and electromobility.

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