Join us for the second edition of the e-mobility trilogy on the roll-out of charging infrastructure on 7 December from 14:00 to 15:30 PM!

Uptake of electric vehicles will only become widespread once adequate charging infrastructure becomes available, however, this is often viewed as a 'chicken and egg' problem – which comes first, the users, or the infrastructure?

Public authorities need to play an active role in deployment of charge points, but how can they procure the right equipment and select the most beneficial sites for installation?

What you can expect

Join us on 7 December to hear from cities on their experiences of rolling out charging infrastructure and discover lessons and results from Interreg Europe projects.

The webinar will be moderated by our Thematic Experts, Katharina Krell and Simon Hunkin. Nikos Ntaras from CRES (EMOBICITY) will be co-moderating the session.

Keynote speech by Guido Piccoli from ALOT srl on the 'Chicken or egg?' Challenges for charging infrastructure roll-out (e-MOPOLI)

Stephanie Keßler from the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg will present the good practice: Hamburg bus charging assessment and infrastructure (eBussed)

Gonçalo Pacheco from MOBI.E will present the good practice: Portuguese Electric Mobility Network (EMOBICITY)

Maria Zarkadoula from CRES will present a project achievement: Report on charging tariffs (EMOBICITY)