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mk-group ("Care-Energy", "Care-Load") wins Clean Tech Media Award 2012 for its Mobility Concept

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mk-group ("Care-Energy", "Care-Load") wins Clean Tech Media Award 2012 for its Mobility Concept PR Newswire HAMBURG, Germany, September 9, 2012 HAMBURG, Germany, September 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- - "We will continue to expand our innovative concept for non discriminatory charging stations for electric vehicles.
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mk-group ("Care-Energy", "Care-Load") wins Clean Tech Media Award 2012 for its Mobility Concept
PR Newswire HAMBURG, Germany, September 9, 2012
HAMBURG, Germany,September 9, 2012/PRNewswire/ --
- "We will continue to expand our innovative concept for non discriminatory charging stations for electric vehicles."
- Cross reference: Picture is available via epa european pressphoto agency and can be downloaded free of charge at:http://www.presseportal.de/pm/80959/2321790/-"Every driver of an electric vehicle should be able to charge his vehicle through a standardized, nationwide charging system and then pay the for charge via his personal domestic energy account," explained Martin Kristek, CEO of Care Energy and Care-Load (trademarks of the mk-group Holding GmbH,Hamburg) at the ceremony where the Clean Tech Media Award 2012 in the mobility category was awarded to his company. "The prize for our innovative and logical approach motivates us to plan the expansion of the charging points system in the coming months and to continue to implement it." Electric mobility should not only be cheaper, but also much more convenient", the entrepreneur continued. "Our charging station concept will make an important contribution toward ensuring that electric vehicles comprise a significant share of the road traffic, and this can only be achieved if the charging stations are available free of investment, and freely accessible to every energy provider as well as all customers." Kristek thanked Care-Energy employees for their successful efforts to complete the project. "Infrastructure projects in particular require enthusiasm and perseverance. With this project, we have shown what medium sized companies are able to develop and implement when everyone is motivated and believe in the project. Care-Energy conjures up energy not only in the home but in future, on the streets as well." Information concerning the Clean Tech Media Award: http://www.cleantech-award.de The Clean Tech Media Award is an award that recognizes the enthusiasm for green technologies and exemplary and environmentally friendly thinking. It is awarded annually in 6 different categories and is considered as the "Oscar of the Environmental Awards". Simply being nominated for an award raises the company's reputation in industry and politics. Information concerning the company: http://www.care-energy.de Care Energy is the most important brand of the mk-group Holding inHamburg. The company employs more than 2000 people both in the office and in field service. "Care-Energy" provides around 50,000 customers nationwide
exclusively with green energy and, as an energy provider, provides contracting inGermanyfor everyone, that is, in addition to the trade and industry also for households and small businesses. In addition, "Care-Energy" currently offers the only social tariff for energy supply for vulnerable households, a free energy efficiency advice service, a low-cost procurement of energy-efficient appliances, equipment and installation service and energy efficient renovations. Marc März Head of Public Affairs Tel.: +49-40 414314858 0 Mob.: +49-151 42260332 Fax.: +49-40 414314858 9 Marc.Maerz@Care-Energy.de
http://www.care-energy.de mk-group Holding GmbH "Care-Energy" Dessauer Straße 2-4 20457 Hamburg