The following pages show an overview on the currently available results of Green eMotion as well as on the preliminary schedule of the project deliverables. The actual delivery dates for specific results may vary due to possible project changes. Detailed reports on finished project phases composed by the responsible project partners are provided for download here. Thus, you’re always updated on the project’s progress.
To make the view on the Green eMotion project results easier to search, they are split in five categories: Urban Concepts, Infrastructure, ICT Solutions, Standards and Evaluations & Demonstrations.
Urban Concepts The goal of the Green eMotion municipalities is to reduce emissions and noise in the cities by promoting the use of EVs with tax incentives, grants for buying an EV, e-parking, installation of public charging infrastructure, free parking for EVs and municipal EVs.
Infrastructure Solutions Green eMotion recommends ways to an optimised grid and charging infrastructure. All deliverables contributing to these topics can be found here.
ICT Solutions Green eMotion defines the IT architecture for a European marketplace The system architecture and the interfaces are described in detail to allow for competition in implementation.
Standards Green eMotion recommends selected standards for an interoperable electromobilty system (de facto standards for Europe). There is a report available about which ones are currently in use and a gap analysis what is missing. From our results so far, Green eMotion is focusing on interfaces and identification/authentification.
Evaluations & Demonstrations Green eMotion has setup an intensive data collection project in the demo regions. This data are used for infrastructure planning topics and also for technical, environmental, economic and social evaluations. From analyses on the operability of electric cars under real life conditions via reports on EVs in fleets and EV life cycle assessments to studies on social impacts of EV's as well as about the Green eMotion demonstration program everything will be listed here.
Please use the site to learn more about electric cars:
Terms & Definitions
for a common understanding of tasks and roles in the electromobility business
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Joint guidelines from JRC and Green eMotion how to collect data in electromobility projects
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Tool for assessing the technical and economic impact of electric vehicles on distribution networks.
(User Manual included)
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