e-MOTICON

e-Mobility Transnational strategy fon an Interoperable Community and Networking in the Alpine Space.

CHALLENGE

Many Alpine Space communities have invested in electric mobility and charging infrastructure as a valid solution for sustainable mobility and contribution to CO2 reduction (54-67% as EU 2050 objectives), but still e-mobility is limited to few areas, cities and valleys.

Besides high costs of electric vehicles (EVs), reason for limited e-mobility is inhomogeneous availability of E-CSs and lack of joint strategies to operate them effectively at transnational level. A key element fostering e-mobility is a combination of e-charging infrastructure planning with functional spatial and energy efficiency planning. In many cases, Public Administrations follow a local approach without awareness of the most innovative technologies and do not perceive need of policy integration with other areas, which causes lack of interoperability.