WP 4 Facilitating Transnational E-Mobility
The purpose of the work within this work package has been to provide state of the art information as well as insights on the gaps and needs regarding e-mobility and charging infrastructure. Its scope consisted of creating knowledge through research, demonstration and simulation activities, as well as sharing experiences and knowledge with stakeholders through workshops and conferences as a means of co-learning and dissemination of best practices.
Research, create knowledge and develop tools related to mapping needs and route planning for EV
Produce project reports, conference contributions, and journal articles and guidelines within e-mobility
Create knowledge related to charging infrastructure
Facilitate the exchanging of competences between stakeholders in e-mobility
The work package has had two main areas of focus: the charging infrastructure, involving actual tests and evaluation of state of the art (technology and standardisation), and mapping methods, route planning concepts and spatial analysis of e-mobility. Within these two main areas, a number of activities have been performed, ranging from research to demonstration and dissemination:
- Research focusing on map based tools for infrastructure investigations, gap analysis and route planning on the macro level as well as on the street level
- Research on the spatial analysis of e-mobility and charging infrastructure planning
- Research on the standardisation process for the charging infrastructure
- Subsidisation and implementation of fast chargers in North Holland
- Demonstration and tests of fast chargers in Gothenburg
- Lobbying and monitoring of e-mobility on a national level
- Monitoring of e-mobility activities, progress and developments within the North Sea Region, as well as joint discussions and the synthesis of findings through all partners
Read up on outcomes and main findings in our final results brochure.