On 8th June, MEISTER has participated in the webinar “Roadmap to e-mobility” organised by Green Charge project. Also, the cities of Hannover and Stockholm participated.
This was the second webinar – Roadmaps to e-mobility – of the five included as part of the Uptake Cities webinar e-learning programme of Green Charge, who coordinates the Uptake Cities Group (UCG).
This roadmap was presented as a strategic plan that defines how a desired future scenario can be achieved over a specific timeframe and within a particular area, such as an urban context.
How both projects can support each other in the development of this roadmap? What do those projects think the main elements of a roadmap might be? Where some of the questions to debate.
To MEISTER there are four key aspects within the roadmap to e-mobility: definition sustainable business models; development of the interoperable platform; integration of e-mobility into city Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs); and integration of electric vehicles into smart grids.
The information presented within this webinar will be useful during a later stage in the process when Uptake Cities produce a roadmap to accelerate the adoption of electric mobility solutions. Whilst the webinar was held internally to aid the free exchange of ideas, this note summarises key learning points that are of wider interest.
MEISTER project is a sister project of Gree Charge and closely cooperates in parallel with a similar focus on the deployment and upscaling of electromobility solutions and business models.