Green eMotion

Green eMotion

42 partners from industry, the energy sector, electric vehicles manufacturers, municipalities as well as universities and research institutions have joined forces in the Green eMotion project. The aim is to develop and to demonstrate a commonly accepted framework to enable mass deployment of electromobility in Europe.

Green eMotion will connect ongoing regional and national electromobility initiatives leveraging on the results and comparing the different technology approaches. A virtual marketplace will be created to enable the different actors to interact and to allow for new high value transportation services as well as EV-user convenience in billing. In addition, the Green eMotion project will demonstrate the integration of electromobility into electrical networks and contribute to the improvement and development of new and existing standards for electromobility interfaces. The elaborated technological solutions will be demonstrated in some of the participating demonstration regions.

  • Framework: FP7
  • Type: IP
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Ongoing Date: 28 Feb 2015
  • Vehicles: Passenger cars
  • Technology fields: Grid Integration, Transport System Integration,
  • Project Partners: Ajuntament de Barcelona (Spain), Alstom (Germany), Ayuntamiento de Malaga (Spain), BeBerlin (Germany), Better Place (Germany), BMW (Germany), Bright Green Island Bornholm (Denmark), Cartif (Spain), Centro di Ricerca per il Trasporto e la Logistica (Italy), CIDAUT (Spain), City of Copenhagen (Denmark), City of Cork (Ireland), Codema (Ireland), Daimler (Germany), Danish Technological Institute (Denmark), Danskenergy (Denmark), DTU (Denmark), Ecars (Belgium), ECN (The Netherlands), EDF (France), Endesa Ingeniera SL (Spain), Enel (Italy), Eurelectric (Belgium), FKA (Germany), Fundación Tecnalia Research and Innovation (Spain), IBERDOLA Distribucion Electrica (Spain), IBM (Germany), Imperial College London (United Kingdom), IREC (Spain), Malmö Stad (Sweden), MICRO-VETT S.p.A. MCV (Italy), Nissan (Japan), PPC (Greece), Renault (France), Robert Bosch (Germany), Roma Capitale (Italy), RSE (Spain), RWE Effizienz GmbH (Germany), SAP (Germany), Siemens (Germany), Trinity College Dublin (Ireland), TÜV Nord (Germany),
  • Website: http://www.greenemotion-project.eu/
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