A2B changed the electric bike market forever in 2008 with the world’s first true premium ebike.
Today, the award-winning, German engineered ebikes are marketed in over 30 countries around the world.
The German ABUS KG operates worldwide in the name of security. They are one of the developers of the new EnergyBus Charge-Lock-Cable, which combines the process of locking your bike with safe charging.
Acewell is a taiwanese manufacturer of displays for e-bikes, pedelecs, scooter etc. Their core competence is mechanical and electronic integration.
Alber GmbH is the specialist for mobility aids and medical equipment. Holding over 50 international patents, Alber is the worldwide market and innovation leader in its segment of add-on drives for wheelchair users.
Allsor Technology Corporation
Allsor of CviLux group is a professional smart charger manufacturer. It provides the top quality of SMART charger from 90 watts to 2000 watts.
ANSMANN is a global leader in the development and production of high quality battery and charging technologies. They develop and sells electric drive systems for pedelecs. ANSMANN is manufacturing whole pedelecs under own and OEM brand.
Binova GmbH based in Germany develops, produces and sells innovative electric drives as well as their control systems. The company developed the EnergyBus ready "binova-flow" - it´s the world´s first electric bike drive without gear mechanism.
BMW Forschung und Technik GmbH
As the leading supplier of premium brands and premium services, the BMW Group offers its customers a unique experience of individual mobility. The company regards society's demand for future mobility as an obligation. It is what our products and services stand for. They contribute to society as a whole.
Bosch Powertrain Systems eBike is based in Germany develops and sells electric drive systems for pedelecs and E-Bikes. The System consists of Drive Unit, battery pack and charger and the HMI.
Conti Temic microelectronic GmbH
Conti Temic microelectronic GmbH is a part of the Continental Group. The electronics supplier develops and produces high-quality automotive electronics under the TEMIC brand name for applications in powertrain, safety, and driving comfort.
DB Rent GmbH
The DB Rent GmbH is part of the Deutsche Bahn, the German train operator and joined EnergyBus to apply the charge-lock-cable in all its electric charging stations in the future. They operate a bike rental system at stations and cities all over Germany, therefore being the biggest network in the country.
EnergyTube Holding GmbH
The EnergyTube Holding GmbH focuses on the development of innovative technologies. The main focus and core competencies lie in the field of e-mobility and the resulting development of drive systems, including vehicle communication, battery systems and battery concepts. The focus is put on an economically, technically and electrically meaningful modularization.
International authority on independent LEV and component testing. Further activities are promotion of LEVs, lobbying, and consumer protection. The non-profit association is based in Germany.
FAZUA is based in Germany and develops and sells a new generation of drive systems for pedelecs. The upcoming drive system "evation" distinguishes itself by a hidden compact drive unit that can be removed by just one click from the down tube at any time. Within seconds, a pedelec is converted into a lightweight bike.
FRIWO Gerätebau GmbH
Power unlimited - The FRIWO brand has become a symbol for innovative power, security and efficiency in the area of power supplies and charging technology worldwide. With development, production and sales units in all important markets, FRIWO stands for the highest level of customer proximity, service, flexibility and competitiveness.
Höganäs is today the world’s largest producer of metal powders. Utilizing more than 20 years’ experience of motor design for customers across diverse application areas, the Höganäs Electric Drive System business unit is now offering proprietary drive system solutions for e-bikes and pedelecs.
The history of ITOCHU Corporation dates back to 1858 (Head quarter is in Tokyo Japan).
With approximately 130 bases in 66 countries, ITOCHU, one of the leading sogoshosha, is engaging in domestic trading, import/export, and overseas trading of various products such as textile, information and communications technology, machinery, energy, metals, minerals, chemicals, forest products,general merchandise, food, construction, realty, finance, insurance, and logistics services, as well as business investment in Japan and overseas.
JD Europe Components GmbH
The JD Group headquartered in Taiwan develops and manufactures environmentally friendly electric e-bike drive systems and bicycle components under the trade name TranzX. Since its founding in 1986, the company has established itself as one of the leading manufacturers in the bicycle industry, supporting the world’s ever-increasing demand for innovative mobility solutions for an increasingly demanding public.
Marquardt develops and produces electromechanical and electronic switches and switching systems for power tools, household appliances, cars and industrial applications.
German company movelo offers logistics and organization of tourism with pedelecs and e-bikes. They work closely with touristic region, helping to build a network of rental stations and charging opportunities. EnergyBus comes as a natural solution.
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Stromer is a state-of-the art pedelec of Swiss bike manufacturer Thoemus. The fast bike has been successfully introduced in Switzerland and will be available in Germany in 2011, soon with EnergyBus.
NLTEK is Korean manufacturer of rechargeable Battery Packs and one of Asia`s leading company high output and high capacity battery packs. They supply various fields including eletric bicycles and scooters, portable IT appliances, small household electronic appliances, medical instruments and tools.
pironex GmbH is a German company specialized in production of electronic assemblies and devices according to customer requirements.The product line “E-Mobility” offers not only charging solutions for e-bikes, pedelecs and e-cars, but also components for monitoring and management of the bike rental systems.
Plug´n Charge GmbH
PNC is specialised on charging stations, infrastructure and components. The product family consists of stand alone single stations, wallboxes, satellite systems, which all were developed taking design, material and all technical requirements into account. Moreover PNC distributes components for pedelecs with focus on standardised charging possibilities.
Samsung SDI is an environment-friendly energy solution company, providing lithium-ion secondary battery solutions for various applications that range from mobile devices and electric vehicles to Energy Storage Systems (ESS). In addition, the company is in the business of developing the next generation renewable energy solutions.
Sanyo Component Europe GmbH
Manufacturer of industrial and consumer batteries. SANYO Component Europe represents various SANYO-Divisions in Europe in a unique combination.
Saarland University, Chair for Dependable Systems & Software
The Dependable Systems and Software Group focusses on the design-time assurance of performance and dependability for systems with different features.
Various techniques and tools are used, developed, or co-developed within the group to advance the state-of-the-art in performance and dependability assurance. These techniques combine ideas from three, usually separated, strands of research: stochastic modelling,exhaustive verification, and process theory.
Shanghai Ying Yu Electronic Co., Ltd
Founded in 1992, Shangai Ying Yu Electronic Co., is a Taiwan-based, professional cable solution provider for automotive, E-Bike, industrial PC and consumer electronics industries.
Skypower Europe GmbH
Skypower researches, designs and manufactures rechargeable Battery Packs for 17 years, with R&D, CAE System and Automatic Production capability.
Suzhou Phylion Battery
Phylion is a provider of high power lithium ion batteries form China. One can find their products mainly in LEVs and they are the first company with BATSO certified batteries.
SYCUBE Informationstechnologie GmbH
Founded in Vienna in 1995, SYCUBE has since become the driver of innovation in the field of fully automated bicycle sharing systems, digital signage and waste management.
SYCUBE provides their customers with products, solutions and services that are characterized by high reliability, low total cost of ownership and strong usability.
UNGER Kabel-Konfektionstechnik GmbH & Co.KG
The German company supplies power supply systems and power cord sets, wiring systems automotive, special engineering and handling devices, machining/CNC milling, switchgear engineering, research & developement as well as full services for their customers.
University of Applied Science Dresden
Dresden University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Dresden) was founded in 1992. It is the second largest post-secondary educational institution in Dresden, the capital of Saxony.
Varta Microbattery GmbH
The German company VARTA is one of the biggest suppliers of all kind of batteries. Research, development, production and sales of high-quality electrochemical energy storage systems is their business.
Velobility is a Swiss solution provider of bike sharing systems to public communities and private companies. The patented Ridebox® technology is ready to be seamlessly integrated in any sharing system and guarantees a high degree of efficiency, security and durability.
The medium-sized bicycle manufacturer does it all: development and production to marketing. Their bicycles are for leisure and professional Sports and range from children’s bicycles to high-end models.
wsm - Walter Solbach Metallbau GmbH
Products from the German company wsm GmbH can be seen all over the world. With their strength in cycle racks and outdoor street furniture, wsm would like to offer with EnergyBus safe solutions for charging and parking LEVs.
E. ZIEGLER Metallbearbeitung AG
The German ZIEGLER AG is specialized in metal processing and outdoor facilities like bike racks, light-weight steel constructions and a range of other street furniture. With EnergyBus they want to venture out in the world of charging stations and racks with charging supplies.
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