The results of the study will enable the assessment of AFID's effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, coherence and added value.
Public authority input will be invaluable in evaluating how the AFID has impacted on the creation of alternative fuel infrastructure and the uptake of vehicles powered by alternative fuels.
Finally, the contributions may also serve as input in the development of National Policy Frameworks (NPFs) prepared by Members States.
Regional and local authorities are invited to provide their input by 26 March 2020. The survey can be accessed here.
If you have any questions, please get in touch with the evaluation team at Ricardo: AFInfrastructure [dot] Eval [at] ricardo [dot] com, who are leading on the survey.
For further details, contact Gabriela Barrera - gbarrera [at] polisnetwork [dot] eu - or Sabina Asanova - SAsanova [at] polisnetwork [dot] eu - at Polis.
Author: Richard Adams