Lombardy Region meets territories: 12 local meetings through the territory - February - June 2018
The cycle of meetings started in February in the Lombardy regional offices, in collaboration with R.S.E. S.p.A. and the Province of Brescia is dedicated to illustrating the regional policies on electric mobility, the e-MOTICON project and its e-Hub pilot. Twelve meetings on the territory, one per province, which saw the participation of over 250 people from the world of public administration (mainly municipalities), private stakeholders belonging to the industrial sector or service providers and many simple citizens or owners of electric cars. Each participant was given a folder with the most significant materials (e-MOTICON project form and questionnaire, regional guidelines on ECS infrastructures, electromobility subway paper) and subsequently presented slides. With these meetings, the Lombardy Region has collected and transmitted to the leading partner R.S.E. numerous questionnaires useful for defining the criteria for the preparation of the Regional Action Plans envisaged by the e-MOTICON project, thus giving a significant contribution to the definition of the transnational strategy for interoperable electric mobility.
Third local meeting among Electric Mobility Stakeholders (FR)- 14 November 2017
On November 14, 2017 AURA-EE (France) organized its third local meeting of electric mobility stakeholders. The day was co-organized with the INSA engineering school and the French IFSTARR research center. The conference aimed to improve exchanges between researchers and electric mobility stakeholders. Electric vehicles were also presented on this occasion. The conference presented the European project eMOTICON, addressed the question of the environmental assessment of electric vehicles, the question of the autonomy of batteries, autonomous vehicles, the comparison with the vehicle Hydrogen, some French experiments, the funds issues, eCS in France and so on. Hundreds of people had registered for this conference also supported by the Regional Council Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes.
Fifth edition for Smart Mobility World (IT) 10 October 2017
On 10 October 2017, in the context of Smart Mobility World, was held a workshop at the Center Lingotto Fiere in Turin organized by Piedmont Region addressed to the Piedmont Municipalities. About fifty technicians and local administrators took part to the meeting which was focused to e-hub the internal pilot project of e-Moticon. The workshop had the aim to offer an overview to the state of art, on the future perspectives of e-mobility in general and charging systems. The second part of the day was focused on a working group in order to collect elements, suggestions, projects, problems and opportunities from territory stakeholders to use them as input for the status process of the strategy, as provided for the project.
The e-Mobility among municipalities – standards and actualization (DE) 28 June 2017
All people should reduce emissions and economic dependence using renewable energy sources. The e-mobility issue is even more argued. Our most long-term aim in mobility is the promotion of sustainable resources without giving up to the advatanges of the means of transport. It is useful to list the problems in the transport field among our municipalities and try to solve them.
A lot of municipalities are known for e-mobility and their transports but for the practical actualization there are questions and queries. The government of Swabia has brought this issue with Bavarian Ministry of Economy and Bayern Innovativ, because they have experience in this field and above all on e-mobility.
It would be right thing giving to the municipal representatives the possibility to be always informed by experts on the ways of using e-mobility in every Municipality.
Karl Michael Scheufele
Regierungspräsident von Schwaben
Italian National E-Mobility Conference E-mob 2017 (IT) - 18/19/20 May 2017
From 18 to 20 May 2017, the first national conference of Electric Mobility "E_mob" was held at Castello Sforzesco in Milan: 3 days dedicated to national and local institutions, carmakers, universities, research centers and all the actors of the power supply chain, who met to discuss the future of sustainable mobility in Italy, starting from the Milan model. E_mob has therefore seen the participation of all the realities of the world of sustainable mobility and the intervention of the highest representatives of the government, local administrations, researchers and industry experts.
On this occasion it was presented the "Metropolitan Charter of Sustainable Mobility” which involved all major players in the e-mobility giving the guidelines for e-mobility development in Italy.