e-MOTICON brings together 15 partners from 5 countries, involving 41 observers from entire Programme area (list the countries) and Switzerland; they represent managing authorities, regional bodies, research centres and private investors. The partnership aims to support Public Administrations in ensuring homogeneous development of electric mobility.
The project acts on the problems of low and inhomogeneous deployment of electric mobility (e-mobility) that characterises Alpine Space (AS). The count of electric charging stations (E-CS) varies from 15 to 235 E-CS per M inhabitants whereas electric vehicles’(EV) number varies from 70 to 470 per M inhabitants. One reason for the inadequate diffusion is low interoperability of E-CS often due to the limited integration of planning instruments used by Public Administrations (PA) and their lack of knowledge in technological innovation and business modelling.
After the analysis of policies, business models and technological solutions, e-MOTICON will deliver a White book on innovative E-CS planning to respect e-mobility requirements in Alpine Space transnational strategy and Regional Action Plans. It will provide a toolset to anticipate E-CS network requirements and test it in 3 joint pilot actions. A transnational community will involve Public Administrations and representatives of the e-mobility industrial sector, research centres, regional agencies, end users and public transport agencies to improve Public Administrations’ capacity on E-CS planning, cooperation, increase knowledge and enhance consensus.