EnernetMob - A Local Framework Analysis on Electro-Mobility and Energy Supply State of Art

By Ingrid Briesner / Updated: 06 Jan 2022
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EnerNETMob is an Integrated project of the Interreg-MED Programme that has 3 phases: studying, testing and capitalization phase.

The overall objective of the EnerNETMob project is “to enhance capacity to plan and implement 'Interregional Electromobility Networks', connecting cities and regions in the Mediterranean area at transnational level with the application of common policies and standards.

EnerNETMob aims to plan, test and promote electromobility plans following common standards for electric transport systems at transnational level, by integrating regional networks of 'Electric Vehicles Supply Equipment' (EVSE) using same communication protocols and distributed in the territories in order to allow medium-range interurban and interregional displacements.

The aim of  Structural Knowledge activity in the project is to perform Local Framework Analysis on Electromobility and Energy Supply State of Art according to regulation analysis and common planning guidelines. This is in order to define efficient transport/regional planning of local 'Small-Scale Infrastructure Networks' for electromobility which will be implemented in the involved partner territories, but that can also be adopted by other regions.

Analysing data, assets, opportunities and challenges facing European territories will lead to a land use scheme and action plan for electromobility deployment that is more efficient and responsive to the public because it has been built focusing on the region’s unique character and in line with the current Sustainable Energy Action Plans (SEAPs) and Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) adopted by local authorities.

To access the document 'Mediterranean Interregional Electromobility Networks for intermodal and interurban low carbon transport systems', click here.

A Local Framework Analysis on Electro-Mobility and Energy Supply State of Art
February 2020