The NEMo project is supported by a large number of associated partners (municipalities, chambers, companies and other research institutions).
The Weser-Ems Regional Development Agency is the contact point for citizens, the business community, the skilled trades, universities and colleges, associations and municipalities in the Weser-Ems region. Its task is to provide positive impulses for an independent sustainable development of the region.
The working fields of the Working Group for Regional Structural and Environmental Research (ARSU) are expert opinions within the framework of approval planning, projects in regional management and regional development as well as applied research. The research activities focus on the areas of water and resource management, climate adaptation and the tension between wind energy and nature conservation.
The Braasch Group operates car dealerships at four locations in Oldenburg. There is also a used car location in Emstek. The family-owned company is an authorized dealer for the vehicle brands Audi, Volkswagen, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles and SEAT.
The company BUSPUNKT is a mobility service provider from Beverstedt in Lower Saxony and, in addition to a bus charter service, also offers an e-car sharing service, the so-called Dorfflitzer, to improve rural mobility in the Cuxland.
CENTOS combines scientific expertise and activities in the field of environmental economics and sustainability management, which have developed at the University of Oldenburg over the course of two decades and have now achieved a high national and international visibility.
The scientific centre COAST bundles the activities in the field of sustainability. It combines the natural, social and economic sciences and computer science for successful scientific work in close dialogue with society. The joint work focuses on energy and climate research as well as the interrelationship between man and the environment in coastal areas.
COSMO is an independent consulting company. The founders have many years of experience from their professional activities in business and science in the core consulting areas of COSMO: sustainability, mobility and ICT.
The German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) is the aerospace research center of the Federal Republic of Germany. His research and development work in the fields of aeronautics, space, energy, transport, digitalisation and security are integrated into national and international cooperations.
The ecco management consultation with seat in Oldenburg established itself as consulting house and Dienstleister for the middle class in the northwest. With its broad consulting approach, ecco supports its clients whenever it is important to establish effective organizational and management structures or corporate sustainability.
The name Fairfahrt stands for the idea of improving mobility and quality of life in rural areas. The aim is to exploit the strengths of the regions exclusively in order to meet the challenges posed by the increasingly complex environmental conditions in terms of mobility and supply of the population.
Since its foundation in 1871, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics has established itself as one of the major international logistics providers. The company is represented by a worldwide network of 19,500 employees in 437 offices in 162 countries. With its high-performance product divisions Air & Sea, Road & Rail and Contract Logistics, Hellmann offers the right solution for its customers’ logistics requirements at all times.
The administrative district of Wesermarsch belongs to the government of Oldenburg and has about 94,500 inhabitants. Until June 2018, the county is still the model region of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure for the pilot project “Long-term security of supply and mobility in rural areas”.
The Lower Saxony Chamber of Agriculture represents the professional interests of employers and employees in agriculture, forestry and horticulture. The most important tasks of the Chamber of Agriculture are to provide advice and provide initial, continuing and further training for employers and employees in agriculture and forestry.
mein-dienstrad.de is today one of the largest manufacturer-independent providers in the leasing of company bicycles, e-bikes and pedelecs. The company supports employers and employees in carrying out business bicycle leasing, advises them on the selection of company bicycles and offers comprehensive insurance cover.
merkWATT GmbH from Braunschweig develops concepts and advises cities, districts and companies in the fields of energy, climate protection, transport, regional development and sustainability.
The Varel Mitfahrbank working group operates the first Varel Mitfahrerbank in Oldenburger Str., directly next to the “Menckestr.” bus stop. It is clearly marked by the “Mitfahrer-Logo”. With the fold-down place-name signs next to the bank, people who want to travel in the direction of Büppel, Neuenwege, Obenstrohe, Bramloge or as far as Altjührden can “tell” their destination to passing motorists.
mobilconcept is a service provider for the organisation and implementation of mobility and develops project-specific concepts in line with the background of new technologies and usage concepts as well as increasing networking and digitisation. mobilconcept also supports the implementation of these concepts.
MOBILE ZEITEN has many years of experience in the field of regional public transport and works together with clients to develop individual solutions to strengthen the environmental network and to increase acceptance for environmentally friendly mobility.
Move About is a mobility provider specialising in electric vehicles. The motto “Zero hassle – Zero Emissions” symbolizes Move About’s claim to solutions for electromobility. Move About wants to offer particularly easy access to clean, resource-saving mobility.
The Oldenburger Energiecluster OLEC e. V. is the largest cross-technology energy network in northwestern Germany. The members have extensive know-how and excellent expertise in the energy sector and focus on renewable energies and their efficient integration into future energy systems.
The Institute for Traffic Management at Ostfalia University focuses on traffic and mobility research on current issues in modern traffic management. Future work will focus on technology and knowledge transfer. In particular, the cooperation with industrial and commercial enterprises as well as the authorities will be expanded.
The Oldenburgisch-Ostfriesischer Wasserverband (OOWV) is an association of districts, towns and municipalities in the north-west of Lower Saxony which has made it its business to supply consumers in the association area with drinking water and to purify waste water. The association is a public corporation with no intention of making a profit.
Primo Reisen is an association of several medium-sized bus companies that have been based in the Elbe-Weser region for many years and offer high-quality transfers, day trips, journeys and bicycle tours.
SmartWay sees itself as a scientific institute for logistics and mobility solutions. The target groups of Smartway are companies that want to offer their end customers a better door-to-door transfer.
Oldenburg is a large and university town with more than 165,000 inhabitants. It is the supreme centre between the Weser and Ems rivers and the administrative, economic and cultural centre of northwestern Lower Saxony.
SPURCHSEL discovers new scope for sustainable mobility for its customers and focuses on cities such as Amsterdam and Copenhagen, which are already practicing sustainable mobility. The agency is constantly looking for and developing new ideas, projects and concepts to successfully implement sustainable mobility.
With its activities, Wirtschaftsförderung Wesermarsch focuses on improving economic and regional development in the district and is a partner for companies, start-ups, institutions, associations and municipalities.