Today, MEISTER has celebrated a special online consortium meeting where other Horizon 2020 projects on electro-mobility have participated.
Apart from discussing the progress of the project and how to solve some impacts from COVID-19 crisis, the meeting was attended by special project guests, such as Green Charge, Userchi and ELVITEN. The three-guest invited shared experiences, lessons learnt and found synergies.
“It was a very useful session to meet new players and projects within e-mobility”, emphasized MEISTER project manager.
Goals of the guest projects
GreenCharge, sister project of MEISTER, works to empower cities and municipalities to make the transition to zero-emission/sustainable mobility with innovative business models, technologies and guidelines for cost-efficient and successful deployment and operation of charging infrastructure for EVs.
USER-CHI project shares same MESITER goal but it goes beyond the business models. The project promotes large-scale electromobility market take up in Europe through smart solutions, novel business models and new regulatory framework conditions. The aim is to integrate innovative charging technologies and put the user at the centre of the entire transition.
ELVITEN project holistically tackles all issues impeding the wide market deployment of EL-Vs, by proposing replicable usage schemes to boost ownership or sharing of all categories of EL-Vs by systematic and occasional urban travellers and by light delivery companies.