E-Mobility works is a European project realized under the program IEE (Intelligent Energy Europe) of the European Commission. The project is managed by the Austrian Grazer Energieagentur, with partners from 9 different countries across EU.
The Project aims to integrate e-mobility in European Municipalities, strongly involving local business to ensure and lead a new decision making process in Municipal Administrations related to eMobility.
- E-vehicles may be easily supplied with all types of energy from renewable energy sources.
- E-vehicles reduce greenhouse gas emissions (if supplied with electricity from renewable energy source).
- E-vehicles are very cost efficient in terms of operation and maintenance.
- E-vehicles cause low noise emissions (particularly at low speed).
The e-Mobility Project implements these actions to support Municipalities:
- Creation of a local network of Municipalities and enterprises working on e-mobility that will analyze and realize new concrete possibilities to ensure a good development
- Municipal Action plans dedicated to e-mobility, elaborating innovative business services such as vehicles or recharging stations and financial schemes to support them.
- Implementation of e-mobility action plans with a strong engagement of local stakeholders.
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News and Conclusions from E-Mobility Works: Integration of E-mobility in European municipalities and businesses
News from the “E-Mobility Works” project: Deploying E-vehicles in European Fleets
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E-Mobility Works in the news
The event drew conclusions from the E-Mobility Works project, which developed municipal e-mobility action plans. These plans included close cooperation between the municipality, businesses and stakeholders in their delivery and construction. The Conference was an Energy Day and so part of the EU’s Sustainable Energy Week. The conference: • Outlined the key results from the project […]Learn more