eHUBS International Academy is back!
After being postponed due to the restrictions of covid-19 on travel and physical events, one of eHUBS’s project main international events is back this autumn.
Do you work for a local or regional authority and you would like to learn more about how to plan an eHUB, a hub for shared and electric mobility?
At the eHUBS International Academy in Bergen, Norway, which will take place between September 29th and October 1st , you can learn first-hand from several partner cities of the eHUBS project and the cities of Bremen and Bergen (Share North project) on how to take your plans for shared and electric mobility hubs from idea to implementation.
The three-day seminar organized by eHUBS' project partners Autodelen.net, Mpact, and POLIS will cover all the planning steps from selecting the right location for your eHUB, choosing services, EV-strategies, engaging stakeholders, tendering procedures and communication strategies based on the experiences in different regions and cities in Europe. The event will include a cycling excursion to various mobility hubs sites in Bergen as well as a planning workshop where you can start the planning process for your city or region based on the lessons learned during the theoretical sessions of the event.
You can check the programme here.
In order to maximise a fruitful exchange, the number of participants will be limited to 15 people and there will be an application form. Additional applicants will be added to a waiting list. The event will be held in English and will be hosted by the eHUBS Interreg North-West Region project.
Some financial resources are available to cover the travel costs of a selection of applicant cities.
If you would like to apply to the event, please sign up at this link: : https://podio.com/webforms/26296692/1984020 The deadline to apply is the 16th of July.
For more information, please contact Bram Seeuws (email@example.com), Babish Bogaers (firstname.lastname@example.org) Autodelen.net, and Daniel Herrera (email@example.com) Polis.