Electromobility

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Electromobility (e-mobility) is a general term for the development of electric-powered drivetrains designed to shift vehicle design away from the use of fossil fuels and carbon gas emissions. 

The term electro mobility includes full electric vehicles, as well as hybrid electric vehicles and those using hydrogen fuel cell technology. All of these represent ideas for electronically driven vehicles for the future. Discussions about electro mobility are sometimes combined with other concepts such as microcontrollers and sensors that work toward better energy efficiency for vehicles. 

Electromobility is catching on and is forcing an entire industry to transform. Some of the countries that use electromobility are the USA, Japan, Great Britain, Norway, the Netherlands and Mexico. 

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