Do you want to learn about cities’ approaches for deploying new electric vehicle charging points?
Do you wish to exchange with city peers on ways to motivate private users to shift to more sustainable and electric ways of transport?
Would you like hands-on experience on how cities are testing innovative charging solutions?
Now is your chance! The USER-CHI project is looking for 12 cities to take part in its peer learning programme.
USER-CHI is an industry-powered, city-driven and user-centric project that co-creates and demonstrates eMobility 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). These are also known as the USER-CHI demonstrator cities.
Now, the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona, Budapest, Rome and Turku are looking for three cities each to join them on their eMobility journeys.
Follower cities will benefit from a variety of perks, including access to the eMoBest knowledge sharing platform, tailored participation in the preparatory ElectriCity webinar, and the reimbursement of travel costs for a visit to the demonstration sites.
Additionally, developing eMobility in your city can help you achieve a more sustainable mobility mix and contribute to delivering the European Green Deal at the local level.
Find more information and the application form on the USER-CHI website.