How much does it cost to go electric? What are the costs of owning and using an electric vehicle?
This episode will look at prices because they’re one of the main factors people consider when deciding whether to go electric. To help us navigate through the costs and solutions for consumers, we invited Julia Hildermeier and Jaap Burger from the Regulatory Assistance Project and Robin Loos from the European Consumer Organisation.
If you haven’t had the chance to check our first episode on the electromobility revolution, you can still do so before listening to this second one.
Download BEUC’s publication ‘Electric car ownership: an affordable option for all consumers’: https://bit.ly/3Fy6Qqj
Download RAP’s publication ‘The time is now: smart charging of electric vehicles’: https://bit.ly/3hqTwfv
In this first episode of the series, we met with Julia Poliscanova, Senior Director for E-mobility at Transport & Environment and Thomas Neumann, Policy Manager at AVERE, the European Association for Electromobility to discuss the concept of the e-revolution and the challenges behind it.
Rome has been on a journey to transform its mobility patterns over the past few years.
Now, with the addition of eMobility to the mix, the challenge is to build charging infrastructure that will get Romans to adopt new ways of moving.
Join Rome’s eMobility revolution here!
Full of narrow lanes and cosy piazzas, Florence is an architectural and historical treasure. But now the city is having to adapt to twenty-first century mobility patterns.
To make sure people keep moving, Florence is looking to more cycling, walking, shared eMobility and public transport, making sure that citizens are conscious of their mobility footprint.
Immerse yourself in a day of getting around the Florence way!
Budapest is a city with a strong electric mobility heritage – its electrified metro system is one of the oldest in the world.
But now, the Hungarian capital is looking to modern electromobility to solve the issues it faces – congestion, pollution and high mobility demand.
Find out how Budapest is using USER-CHI to meet its mobility goals!
Berlin, with its sprawling area and diverse population, already has a interesting mobility mix.
It’s also Germany’s leading region for electromobility. And in order to push people towards greener modes of transport, the city and stakeholders like housing companies are ensuring that everyone can have equal access to electric vehicle charging.
Get to know the Berlin model!