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The MOLECULES project is organising a national take-up seminar on electromobility initiatives in the Grand Paris area on Thursday, June 26th 2014 in Marne la Vallée. The seminar will cover the financial, technical and social conditions settled during the project for the deployment of electromobility in the Grand Paris area.
In the afternoon is a visit to the new eco-mobility station in Marne la Vallée and a tour of Cité Descartes, the higher education and research cluster in eastern Paris.
MOPEasy, electric car-sharing operator and MOLECULES partner, will present the “monautopartage” platform and how car-sharing and car-pooling services are integrated into the MOLECULES Platform. A range of cars and electric bikes will be trialled including the Core, 100% fully electric motorbike developed by Going Green in Barcelona.
This is a unique opportunity to discuss with local stakeholders, public bodies, operators, providers and academia about solutions to promote electromobility and deploy further demonstration projects in the region. Invited guests are IFSTTAR (the Franch Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks), CSTB (Scientific and Technical Center for Building), Urban Lab, Advancity (the Sustainable Cities Cluster), and universities.
The seminar will be held in French.
An agenda and directions will be made available soon.
The MOLECULES national take-up seminar is part of a larger program of events organised by Region Ile de France during the “IDF-Europe-days” to showcase best practice for promotion of electromobility projects, including the national program “Investissements d’Avenir” led by Ademe (French Environment and Energy Management Agency) and co-financed by the French government. Recently Region Ile de France has launched the regional program “Nouveaux Véhicules Urbains” (Urban Innovative Mobilities).
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For more information on the seminar, please contact Florinda Boschetti or call 0032 – (2) 500 56 74