We pave the way for
zero emission mobility
Build your hydrogen bus
on our turnkey platform
As a globally operating supplier ELO Mobility offers new clean technology and innovative engineering products for international OEMs
ELO Mobility is a start-up company based in Berlin, Germany. We focus on products and solutions that enable emission-free mobility of commercial vehicles. We are all devoted to state-of-the-art software solutions that make mobility smarter and fleet systems more competitive. We are technology independent and ensure the optimal combination of German engineering, international cooperation and localization.
Our goal is a zero-emission mobility world
As a globally operating supplier, ELO Mobility offers new clean technology and innovative engineering products for international OEMs. We believe in hydrogen and its ability to revolutionize and sustain mobility worldwide. Out of this conviction we developed a hydrogen energy and management system for superior operation in fleets.
We enable global OEMs to achieve the challenging transition successful and seamless with our innovative multi-modular chassis with sufficient range, a powerful drivetrain and low consumption within a fully harmonized system. The integrated ELO-telematics allow optimized fleet operations and pave the way for autonomous driving. Our solutions are always TCO focused and consider the entire value chain between the creation of renewable energy and emission free mobility. They optimize the energy management between the fuel cell system, the battery and the drivetrain, making hydrogen propulsion even more energy-efficient and adaptable to manifold use-cases.
ELO Chassis FC-400-LF
Low floor bus chassis with fuel cell power train.
This chassis is a platform concept tailored to individual requirements, with state of the art technology, TCO driven and use case orientated.
Highly efficient low pressure Fuel Cell
Optimized HVAC based
on climatization concept
H₂ storage (based on minimal range of 300 Km)
Battery capacity optimized for recuperation and peak power management
E Drive Train
Build your own hydrogen buses with the ELO chassis frameworks
Use your own interior
and exterior design
Reduce development risks
Build reliable buses with German technology inside
Faster to market
Interested in producing hydrogen for your fleet?
Our partner company greenbox is offering green hydrogen production plants www.greenbox.global
ESTABLISHING THE BIGGEST E-BUS FLEET IN A EUROPEAN CITY
Project aspects and achiviements:
ELO Mobility’s innovation approach for city buses includes a fast charging function in combination with small accumulating batteries. The electric bus has a guaranteed range of 50 kilometers and can be charged within 2-10 minutes directly when the bus is waiting at the bus stop. Batteries could significantly be reduced in battery size, battery weight and price.
Combination of light, energy efficient vehicles with a
distributed fast charging network
Industrialization of the vehicle manufacturing with
Supply chain management and localization of system components
Support of the roadmap into a modern mobility architecture incl. autonomous driving and various other features
ELO MOBILITY AT GLOBAL PITCH 2019
IN SAN FRANCISCO
ELO Mobility is proud to be under the two finalists of this years Global Pitch 2019 in
San Francisco, U.S. powered by Digital Garage, Resi-Tech and Open Network Lab.
CEO Dr. Henning Heppner gave a company keynote about ELO Mobility's unique public mobility system and integration approach and explained substantial benefits for smart cities with focus on hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles in front of experts and investors.
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NEW PODCAST INTERVIEW
WITH ELO MOBILITY
Learn more about the current state of mobility, hydrogen as use case specific solution and various important developments in the mobility sector.
Interview & Podcast by Jürgen Vagt
Full version on elektroautovergleich.org
SÜDNIEDERSACHSEN STIFTUNG IS
TEAMING UP WITH ELO MOBILITY
ELO Mobility is joining forces with Smart Mobility Research Group (SMRG), Universität Göttingen and the Südniedersachsen Stiftung in the second phase of Südniedersachsens efforts to win a national grant of the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung.