The Mobility House is a leading technology company in the field of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) and intelligent charging. The company globally manages more than 1,600 charging locations intelligently through ChargePilot, the charging and energy management system.

Diess will take over the role of executive chairman from Alexander Landia, who has held the position since 2017 as a recognised energy market expert. Landia will continue to contribute his outstanding energy market expertise to the company.

“The rapidly growing fleet of electric vehicles, which is used on average for less than one hour daily, is already the world's largest electrical energy storage,” Herbert Diess said. “To use this to optimise the power grids and thereby offer electric vehicle owners significantly lower energy costs is the vision for the future that I share with The Mobility House.”

Vehicle-to-Grid technology is a key element for the rapid and cost-effective implementation of a renewable energy system and the global energy transition. This concept utilises electric vehicles not only as means of transportation but also as mobile energy storage units that can feed energy back into the grid when needed. The technology portfolio of The Mobility House focuses on transforming both mobile and stationary electric vehicle batteries into aggregated storage and flexibility potential. This promotes the expansion and integration of renewables while reducing CO2 emissions.

The Mobility House globally manages more than 1,600 charging locations intelligently through ChargePilot. Since 2015, the company has been involved in more than eight international V2G pilot projects, including the latest Replicable V2X Deployment For Schools (RVXDS) project which will implement bidirectional charging at four California school locations. 

In 2024, The Mobility House will launch the first commercial V2G service on the European market together with Mobilize, a Renault Group brand. With this track record of successful projects, a growing international presence and the support of strategic investors, the company says it is ideally positioned to play a leading role in the future of sustainable mobility.