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New GreenCharge demo cards explain its e-mobility innovations

Author: Richard Adams
Posted on: Tuesday, December 15, 2020 - 10:06
Barcelona, Bremen

Demo cards are the newest communication tool in the GreenCharge project, a CIVITAS project that focuses on clean fuels and vehicles. 

Created to help the general public quickly grasp GreenCharge and the seven demonstrators working on its three pilot sites, this single page card states the aim of the given demonstrator and reveals what work is being done and why.

In addition, four boxes provide information about innovative and enabling features, target groups and the project partners responsible for each demonstrator.

A demo card on Oslo (Norway) explains that the site of one of its demonstrators provides home charging facilities. Used by residents, this shared service can be booked in advance and allows for priority charging using local renewable energy from stationary energy storage.

These newly created demo cards will give readers the possibility to quickly identify relevant GreenCharge content among its pilot sites and further support the dissemination of information regarding all seven demonstrators in Barcelona (Spain), Bremen (Germany) and Oslo.

The cards also contribute to helping GreenCharge achieve its primary goal, which is to foster “sustainable mobility based on innovative business models, technologies and guidelines for cost- efficient and green EV charging infrastructure”.

Find out more about GreenCharge on its website and its Twitter and LinkedIn accounts.

Author: Anne-Ingeborg Van Luijn

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