Between 22nd and 24th March 2022 the 8th Project Learning Process Meeting organized by PP04, Attica Region, took place online. The meeting consisted of the Interregional Learning Workshop (ILW8), the Round Table (RT8), the Interregional Field Visit (IFV8) and the Staff Exchange (SE5).
The Interregional Learning Workshop took place on March 23rd and saw the active involvement of several regional stakeholders. in particular, the General Secretary of Spatial Planning and Urban Environment of Ministry of EnvironmentThe presented the new Greek laws regarding electromobility, Region of Attica and National Technical University of Athens focused on Perspectives for promoting electromobility in Region of Attica, the Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE) shown the Regulatory Framework for Electromobility in Greece, Greace at Beat and the Hellenic Institute of Electric focused held a presentation on the era of electric taxis in Greece while the Association of Motor Vehicles Importers focused on the positions of the Association regarding electromobility. Then all these stakeholders discussed about alternative fuel and electromobility related topics during the Round Table.
In the afternoon, the Interregional Field Visit took place, with two presentation of regional stakeholder operating on the groud: ENERVEK Hellas, a company focusing in renewable powergeneration, energy storage, and e-mobility and smart grids, and Automotive solutions, a company specialized in the production of electric vehicles and their requirements.
As concern the Staff Exchange, it took place both on March 22nd and 24th. It saw the active participation and involvement of many territorial stakeholders, altively operating in the fiel of electric and alternative fuel mobility:
- TryEV – company specialized in accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles;
- Engie Hellas SA – company operates in the field of facility management electromobility, energy solutions and smart cities;
- NRG AE – electricity trading company and energy supplier;
- Protasis SA - Power Systems Engineering and Consulting Company;
- Fortisis – company specialized in the development and operation of charging facilities of electric vehicles in Greece and in the greater area of Northeast Europe;
- Ecosun - company specialized in research, design, development, manufacture, distribution and installation of systems for the conversion of solar energy and other renewable energy sources into electricity;
- Blink charging – company specialized in the design, manufacturing and operation of EV Charging Stations;
- Mimosa Dynamic – company specialized in electric vehicles charging issues.
The meeting was fruitful and PP04 received very positive feedbacks from both project partners and participants.