Networks

One of the goals of EMEurope is a close exchange of ideas and information between the governmental organisations involved in the initiative and stakeholders from industry, academia and municipalities.

Policy Cooperation

Policy cooperation activities aim at the achievement of a stronger alignment of strategy and policy among the relevant stakeholders to support the development of electric mobility in a holistic way with three main tasks:

  1. Strengthening the knowledge base and prepare further actions
  2. Improving and tuning framework conditions for electric mobility
  3. Establishing close contacts between policy makers and stakeholders

The ERA-NET Plus Electromobility+ has developed a solid network of national and regional authorities dealing with electric mobility in Europe. The exchange of information and experiences of involved authorities proved to be of great value. Building on the lessons learnt from Electromobility+, EMEurope is following the needs and demands of the policy makers and at the same time considering those of stakeholders and the industry. EMEurope elaborates and expands the systematic and steady exchange of information and mutual learning process started in Electromobility+. Furthermore, a successful development of electric mobility requires suitable, supportive and preferably tuned frame conditions, such as fiscal incentives or legal provisions.

The mutual learning and exchange of information provide an essential basis for this development, contributing to the implementation of effective and maximally tuned national and regional provisions and laws.

Along these lines, the EMEurope policy network is seeking for regular exchange with its target groups, stakeholders and the industry. Within the planned policy cooperation, EMEurope is cooperating closely with EGVIA and other platforms and networks in Europe in order to achieve its ambitious goals.

Country Information

The countries and regions involved in the EMEurope initiative also carry out a number of national and regional initiatives to promote electric mobility. Some highlights resulting from these initiatives can be found here:

Austria

Electromobility in Austria – Facts and Figures

Electromobility in Austria – Highlights

The Netherlands

Highlights e-mobility in the Netherlands

Statistics EV in the Netherlands

Vision on e-mobility charging infrastructure in the Netherlands

Commercial Electrical Vehicles

Documents for Download

For more Information please consult the following documents:

Important Dates

 

13-14 May 2019

EMEurope R&I Projects Midterm Event

For more Information click on Events.

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EMEurope is co-funded by the European Commission as part of the ERA-NET Confund scheme under Horizon 2020 Programme for EU funding programme for research and innovation under grant agreement no. 723977.