Skip to content

Chef Bettina Mohn on Astypalea “There is huge interest in electric cars

Chef Bettina Mohn on Astypalea - “There is huge interest in electric cars”

Astypalea is a future lab for decarbonisation in Europe. On a near-real-time basis, Volkswagen gains valuable insight into the switch to electric mobility and the incentives required for a sustainable lifestyle. But how do the residents of Astypalea feel about this mobility and energy revolution? We spoke to Bettina Mohn, a German national who has been living on Astypalea for more than 25 years.

The challenge of climate change

The earth’s resources are limited. So we need to start looking for alternatives to oil now.
Bettina Mohn
Chef on Astypalea
Chef Bettina Mohn on Astypalea - “There is huge interest in electric cars”

Many locals are very interested in electric cars

Chef Bettina Mohn on Astypalea - “There is huge interest in electric cars”
The full transition to e-mobility will be totally harmonious, at one with residents and nature, and succeed with vehicles such as the ID.3.
Chef Bettina Mohn on Astypalea - “There is huge interest in electric cars”
Chef Bettina Mohn on Astypalea - “There is huge interest in electric cars”
Chef Bettina Mohn on Astypalea - “There is huge interest in electric cars”
Picturesque: Astypalea’s old town has been lovingly restored – in traditional blue and white.
Chef Bettina Mohn on Astypalea - “There is huge interest in electric cars”

Knowledge is important for creating something new

Chef Bettina Mohn on Astypalea - “There is huge interest in electric cars”
Potatoes, lemongrass, oregano: Bettina loves to “research” the ideal growing conditions.