USER-CHI is an industry-powered, city-driven and user-centric project that co-creates and demonstrates e-Mobility solutions in 5 connecting nodes of the Mediterranean and Scandinavian-Mediterranean TEN-T network: Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (ES), Berlin (DE), Budapest (HU), Rome (IT) and Turku (FI).
Now, USER-CHI is opening up the opportunity to other local authorities to learn about e-Mobility best practices and solutions from its Berlin cluster. Two cities will be chosen as part of their peer learning programme and they will have access to insight and knowledge from the USER-CHI consortium, assistance from the project in developing electromobility plans and study visits to see Berlin's expertise in action in 2022, among many other benefits.
The deadline for applications is August 24, 2021.
Applicants must fill out a form and send their completed application to Matilde Chinellato, Eurocities.
More information and the form can be found on the Eurocities website.