Experts met to discuss solutions to boost electromobility uptake in Europe through charging infrastructure at the Eurocities Mobility Forum on June 8.
Cities across Europe are waking up to the potential of e-Mobility to tackle issues in their city. Discover what Finnish city Turku is planning.
A new industry group report has put Berlin ahead of all other German cities for the number of electric vehicle charging points in the country.
USER-CHI will make electric vehicle charging easy, available and accessible for everyone across Europe. Watch our latest video to find out how.
The Spanish city will almost double the number of charging points in the city this year, with most new points for public use.
Despite widespread economic disruption, last year was better than expected for electromobility. Six USER-CHI experts weigh in on the path ahead for e-Mobility for 2021.
Results from USER-CHI’s latest user survey lays out key needs for improved electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Europe.
A family of eMobility projects came together to lay out their hopes for a Europe fit for electric vehicles.