Düsseldorf / Linz – The Austrian technology group KEBA is coming to Düsseldorf. The company will become a partner at the new EUREF-Campus Düsseldorf, which will open at the airport’s long-distance railway station in 2024, where it will rent office space and a showroom.

KEBA-CEO Gerhard Luftensteiner, Christoph Knogler, CEO KEBA Energy Automation, and KEBA project manager Michael Schröckenfuchs were in Berlin to sign the lease agreement.
There, the delegation from Linz also met with EUREF Chairman Reinhard Müller, EUREF Board Member Kevin Hauert and Düsseldorf Site Manager Jörg Philippi-Gerle to exchange ideas. Christoph Knogler: “We deliberately chose the EUREF-Campus because we can see that a community is being created here that will help us all move forward together.” EUREF founder Reinhard Müller: “I am very pleased about this partnership.”

The KEBA Group is an international technology company organised in three business areas with automation solutions for a wide range of industries. In the energy automation business field, KEBA develops and produces climate-neutral charging stations for electric cars, including refurbished devices in line with the circular economy. Electronics for state-of-the-art wind turbines and sustainable heating systems round off the portfolio. The company is headquartered in Linz, Austria. KEBA is active in 16 countries and employs around 2,000 people.

The EUREF-Campus Düsseldorf will be a future location for partners from the fields of energy and mobility transition and climate protection. Around 4,000 jobs will be created on an area of around 80,000 square metres. As a hotspot for the transport transition, the EUREF-Campus is multimodally accessible, including by ICE, RRX and S-Bahn. There are also plans for a connection to the underground railway network and a cycle highway. The building is climate-neutral, uses water from the neighbouring quarry pond and solar energy for its energy supply, and will also be home to Master’s degree courses run in cooperation with renowned universities from NRW.

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