e-MOTICON – Electric vehicle charging infrastructure for the Alpine Space
e-Mobility Transnational strategy for an Interoperable Community and Networking in the Alpine Space
From Munich to Padua by electric vehicle – in the EU funded project e-MOTICON, 15 partners from the Alpine Space are working on a transnational strategy for a consistent and interoperable development of the electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
The project e-MOTICON aims at a consistent deployment of electric mobility in the Alpine Space. The three-year project brings together 15 partners and 41 observers from six countries in Europe representing managing authorities, regional bodies, research centres and private investors.
e-MOTICON will support Public Administrations in the consistent deployment of electric mobility by developing and testing planning instruments and delivering knowledge on technological innovation and business modelling as part of a larger transnational strategy for an interoperable Community and Networking in the Alpine Space.
This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Interreg Alpine Space programme. The total amount of the project is 2.085.556,10 €, of which 1.772.722,67€ ERDF funds.
- Preparation of German state-of-the-art and future needs for electric vehicle charging
- Contribution on setting up solutions for roaming and information systems on the location and availability of electric vehicle charging stations in the framework of the e-TRAIL and P&L pilot sites
- Collaboration for the analysis and testing in the Berchtesgaden region and Allgäu region with a focus on involving companies
- Contribution to setting up a transnational community for exchanging about e-MOTICON topics and findings
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