USER-CHI final event tackles electromobility and charging solutions


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Since its start in February 2020, the USER-CHI project has been dedicated to boosting a massive e-mobility market take-up in Europe. Now, the project is coming to an end and is ready to share its findings with a broader audience.

On 18 June, the USER-CHI final event will take place in Brussels and bring together European and local decision-makers, technology providers, mobility experts and city practitioners to discuss electromobility and the innovative charging solutions that were co-created, tested, and demonstrated throughout the project lifetime.

The event will cover a variety of key topics, such as interoperability, smart charging, inductive charging, business models, and strategic location planning. Plenary and deep-dive sessions will provide insights into these key areas, offering participants firsthand knowledge of project achievements and lessons learned.

The event will seek to answer a number of key questions, including:

  • How to make interoperability a reality?

  • How to boost electromobility uptake in Europe?

  • How did the electromobility market evolve since 2020?

  • How to make electric charging user-friendly?


Register here to join in on learning and discussion.

For more information about the event, including the programme, refer to the event website.

Author: Eurocities


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