E-mobility is becoming increasingly important at the political, economic and social level. One of the reasons for this is the EU’s new target to achieve a 37.5% cut in CO2 emissions for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles by 2030. While the number of passenger cars being registered in Austria is generally in decline, the number of registered e-cars is growing substantially. 590,000 e-cars must be on Austria’s roads by 2030 in order to achieve the target set by the EU. As an infrastructure operator, Wien Energie provides the necessary framework conditions to ensure that e-cars are also available on the wider market in Vienna.