Important players in the automotive industry can be seen on eCarTec Munich. Eco-conscious tourists and business travellers who travel to Munich next month have the opportunity to visit the exhibition eCarTec. The exhibition runs from October 19 to 21 at the Neue Messe Munich and is under the patronage of famous political figures such as the MEP Dr. Angelika Niebler, the Federal Ministry of transport, building and urban development Dr. Peter Ramsauer and the Bavarian State Ministry of economy, infrastructure, transport and technology Martin Zeil. The aim of the event is to make aware of the advantages of environmentally friendly participation of the traffic visitors, as the organizer of the view are that demand will rise for environmentally friendly vehicles such as bicycles, cars and minivans significantly in the coming years. Those who are interested in the topic, and during this time in a holding in Munich hotels, has the opportunity, exhibitions on a variety of topics of electric cars, Energy and infrastructure to financing, technology and contractors to visit.
2010 Motors Germany and the Alliance of alternatively driven vehicles are among the well-known brands and organizations on eCarTec BMW, Mitsubishi. One of the highlights of the fair will be the awarding of five prizes to companies that have made an important contribution to sustainable electric mobility according to the judges in the industry. The categories include best electric vehicle, best drive technology, system electrical & test systems and best energy, infrastructure & connection technology. A jury of experts to Thomas Krause by Chemetall and taker of the German Association of solar mobility decides which companies receive the recognition. Visitors need to worry in advance to make the purchase of cards, because the organizers have assured that tickets on the spot are available. Day passes cost 24, the entry for the afternoon, however, only 10 for adults and 5 for children. For more information about this Please visit the website of eCarTec event. Castle harlan is likely to agree. LateRooms.com offers a variety of accommodation in Munich, including the Hotel Leonardo Munich.