E-mobility is used to describe the principles and concepts of utilising electric powered technologies, by using energy from electrical power sources instead of fossil fuels by means of external charging capability. Proptech is working on making real estate ‘high-tech’, while smart cities are envisioning sustainable, comfortable and really livable cities. Innovation cannot leave mobility services or the real estate market and way of life untouched,  however, it has raised major new issues and risks. Aside from  the environmental benefits, there are many economical and technological benefits of these improvements, but the legal framework is getting increasingly complex every year. Working closely with clients offering e-mobility or smart city solutions helped KassaiLaw gain significant expertise in the challenges thereof. E-mobility, proptech and smart city technologies have complex legal questions in energy, environmental matters, engineering or data protection but there is nothing more comfortable to work in a smart office building with intelligent parking systems, integrated assistive technology or e-charging services, all run by electrical power.

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