Rachid Ait Bouhou Foundation

New RACHID AIT BOUHOU FOUNDATION soon to support climate protection projects

In memory of our deceased colleague and his commitment to a climate-neutral transport sector, the RACHID AIT BOUHOU FOUNDATION is launched. Among other things, it is planned to support a forest climate protection project in the Taunus region.

Under the heading “Stiftungsfonds Rachid Ait Bouhou” you can commit yourself to this project together with us.
GLS Treuhand – Dachstiftung: GLS Gemeinschaftsbank eG, BIC: GENODEM1GLS, IBAN: DE54 4306 0967 0103 7008 00. For donations of € 200 or more, a donation receipt can be issued upon request.

Rachid Ait Bouhou

Rachid Ait Bouhou has died in an accident

On April 19, 2021, our dear colleague and friend Rachid Ait Bouhou passed away due to a tragic accident at the age of only 56. We are all incredibly sad and will miss him very much. All our sympathy goes to his wife and family.

Rachid Ait Bouhou was one of the pioneers of German electromobility and shared his expertise with many companies and municipalities. He enriched the world of e-mobility with his commitment as a member of the environmental committee of the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, as an association advisory board member and as an industry expert.

Since 2018, Rachid Ait Bouhou has been working for CutPower as a member of the company management and his commitment and belief in e-mobility not only brought our company far forward, but also significantly influenced the mobility turnaround.

Karl Eberhard Hunke & Dr. Andreas Pfeiffer
Executive Board

Dr. Andreas Pfeiffer thematisiert Ladeinfrastrukturen

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