North Sea Region Electric Mobility Network

 

Consortium members at London Metropolitan University recently started to investigate the means by which the AUNT-SUE Journey Wizard and the 'Toolkit' can be used to support the development of low carbon transport that suits the needs of all users.

 

As part of the INTERREG IVB funded "North Sea Region Electric Mobility Network" (E-Mobility NSR), the team liaises with partners in Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Netherland, United Kingdom, Norway and Sweden. The vertical dimension of the partnership is also ensured since it includes universities, economic development agencies, cities, local and provincial governments, NGOs and public enterprises.

 

The E-mobility NSR partnership aims to increase accessibility by fostering the diffusion of e-mobility and stimulating the use of public and private electric car transport as well as freight across the North Sea Region (NSR). Specific objectives are:

 

  • To provide state of the art information which may help policy development in e-mobility in the NSR;
  • To provide insight on gaps and needs in respect of infrastructure, logistics, and preliminary standards for multi charging techniques;
  • To develop a NSR smart grid concept with charging points, hence increasing accessibility in the region;
  • To provide a long-term basis upon which regional and local governments as well as other relevant stakeholders in the NSR may engage on e-mobility, among others by creating physical or virtual e-mobility information centres in each participating region or city;
  • To integrate the urban freight logistics dimension into the e-mobility network promoting better accessibility and cleaner cities by stimulating the use of electric vehicles as a more efficient solution.

 

Updates about network activities are available on http://e-mobility-nsr.eu/home, whereas UK specific news will be reported here

 

 

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