• Sourcebook Electromobility

    Baden-Württemberg and the Stuttgart Region play a leading role in the field of electromobility in Germany and Europe. The Sourcebook Elektromobility gives a detail-rich overview of the various activities in this area in southwest-Germany and allows for search functions by full-text, organization type or category.


Heldele GmbH

Heldele is your partner for complete infrastructure solutions

Contact person

Ansprechpartner Heldele GmbH

Georg Thomas
Uferstrasse 40 – 50
73084 Salach
Phone: +49 7162 4002 351
Fax: +49 7162 4002 10

Organization type

electrical engineering and infrastructure



charging infrastructure must be safe and powerful

Heldele is the leading service provider in electrical engineering and communication technology. For 50 years, Heldeles customers know we meet the highest quality standards and use the latest technologies. Almost 500 highly qualified employees work at our locations in Salach, Stuttgart, Munich, Singen, Eltville and Karlsruhe. They realise projects in the areas of building technology, IT & communication technology, automtion and e-mobility, from concept to after-sales service. Heldeles core competence in e-mobility is the development, production, installation and maintenance of charging stations. Following a qualified analysis of the infrastructure, Heldele finds the best charging solution, then plans and carries out its installation. Heldele engineers take all the individual circumstances into consideration, including on-site conditions and model variants. This ensures the safe and efficient function of the charging infrastructure. Heldeles comprehensive, Germany-wide customer service gives peace of mind and ensures quick support where required. Widespread know-how in the fi eld of electrical engineering and communication technology is a prerequisite for reliable and properly functioning systems. As a project partner in the "Get eReady" fleet project, a subproject of "Schaufenster Baden-Wuerttemberg", Heldele GmbH is responsible for the development and implementation of an integrated infrastructure concept. Under the "EMiS Elektromobilität im Stauferland" project, Heldeles e-mobility specialists, together with regional project partners, examine which challenges and opportunities electric mobility entails in medium-sized cities.