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Electric mobility

Promoting sustainable mobility

Our task has always been to supply Austria with important sources of energy. To this end, OMV is constantly expanding its electromobility network. And will thus enable ultra-fast charging at more than 2,000 charging points by 2030 – for even more mobility. We’re taking the next step.

Essential for economic and social progress, mobility is responsible for about 20 percent of greenhouse gas emissions. Companies and drivers are striving to reduce their carbon footprint. Electric and hybrid vehicles already make up 10-15% of all new registrations - and this is set to further increase in the future.

The European Union facilitates this transition through policies that subsidize the purchase, charging and parking of electric vehicles. At the same time, OMV is expanding its product range to include innovative solutions to get from A to B with the smallest possible carbon footprint.

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eMotion charging infrastructure

With eMotion, OMV enables ultra-fast charging for both private and business customers. In the process, OMV will install 2,000 charging points at its own filling stations and other locations until 2030. The ecosystem of charging solutions will be powered by green energy wherever possible. Furthermore, a digital hub will offer seamless integration at the station and across the network.


When it comes to mobility, OMV looks at the big picture. With the goal of becoming a net-zero emissions company by 2050, OMV is investing in new, innovative technologies and infrastructure projects to produce sustainable fuels for air, road and marine transport. A total of 13.2 billion Euros will be invested in low-emission projects until 2030. 

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