The project aims at fully developing e-mobility potentials in European municipalities and businesses, by developing e-mobility action plans for the municipalities and consulting local businesses regarding the integration of e-mobility in their corporate strategies.
Regarding e-mobility, the municipality’s role is to set regulations and standards, encourage interoperability and to provide incentives. The private sector’s role is to bring the new technology to the market and enforce mass prod...
Our project is co-funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) programme.
The project is coordinated by Graz Energy Agency (Austria) and comprises 12 organizations, coming from 9 European countries.
Project partners support the EU Municipalities and businesses which joined the project in creating the right synergies for a long lasting development of E-Mobility at local level. The process is expected put solid social and economical conditions for an E...
Among the many advantages e-vehicles have today, it should be mentioned that the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) is 5-6 time less than the TCO of a conventionally fuelled vehicle. Another main benefit is the high performance of e-vehicles, leading to an incomparable driving experience.Read more >
Thanks to the participation process coordinated by project partners, municipalities and businesses will set up a common e-action plan that will pursue the basic goal of locally increasing the number of e-vehicles and charging stations.Read more >
The very different backgrounds of the participating municipalities regarding e-mobility requires an individual approach for each municipality. By considering the manifold initial situations, the partners can provide tailored e-mobility action plans for each municipalityRead more >
Electric vehicles are a viable, practical and financially attractive option for corporate fleets and our project gives businesses the chance to re-prioritize environmental initiatives and effectively integrate e-vehicles. In order to do so, partners apply a number of assessing tools, which investigate the different possibility a company has to integrate e-mobility.Read more >
Cars & Bicycles
Energy Day in the Sustainable Energy Week Tuesday 14th of June 2016 in Brussels
According to Finnish Transport Safety Agency Trafic's statistics the number of electric vehicles has increased by 41% in Finland compared to previous year.
If the motion is passed, it will enable the Dutch presidency of the EU to promote electric mobility across Europe
By establishing the e-mobility action plans with the municipalities and by cooperating closely with local companies, project partners prepare the ground for a comprehensive set of services, including renewable energy infrastructure supply, fleet analysis to aid planning scenarios and business case assessment.
“We want to ensure that e-mobility is well-embedded in municipal and corporate mobility strategies, thus ensuring a long-term effect in the participating municipalities." E-Mobility Works Team