USER-CHI was at the 14th ITS European Congress last week, linking with INCIT-EV and eCharge4Drivers
Representatives from USER-CHI cities besides fellow colleagues from the cities of Lisbon and Leeds and the hosting organisations in Berlin had the chance to discuss these topics during a peer-learning visit in Berlin in the framework of the USER-CHI project.
In 2021 the number of electric vehicles (EV) in the European Union (EU) was higher than ever before. The quick adoption of EV will inevitably require an efficient and unified charging infrastructure that works for users across the EU. It’s with the users in mind that USER-CHI wants them to charge “anywhere, anytime”. So, where are we at now?
Yesterday a study was released that shows electric vehicles will become the most demanded powertrain across Europe by 2025.
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from road transport can be achieved with a transition to less polluting forms of vehicle power supply, such as electricity. To facilitate the large-scale adoption of electric mobility, charging an electric vehicle should be reliable and straightforward. To this end, adequate charging infrastructure is required.
Back in January, we wondered if 2021 would be the ‘tipping point’ year for electric mobility.
Indeed, 2021 has met expectations. The User-Chi team has completed its milestones, and we’d like to share our progress with you.
Last month took place in Murcia (Spain) one of the largest outdoor emobility trade show in Europe, MOVIELÉCTRICA 2021. The event brought together a number of high-level representatives from the emobility industry, a considerable amount of city officials and visitors from different parts of Spain.
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