eCharge4Drivers opens survey on electric vehicle charging
eCharge4Drivers, a project co-designed by POLIS Network, is calling for participants to complete a short questionnaire on electric vehicle (EV) use and charging.
The survey is open to both EV users and non-EV users in Austria, Spain, Italy, Germany, Greece, France, Luxembourg, Turkey or Belgium, and seeks to understand more about charging patterns and required changes to existing infrastructure.
eCharge4Drivers is a project co-funded by the EU under the H2020 Research and Innovation Programme, working to improve EV charging experiences in urban areas and on interurban corridors, making it more convenient for users to go green.
The project is developing and demonstrating in 11 areas, including metropolitan areas and TEN T corridors. Various types of charging station will be used and will offer various direct payment methods and bigger user-friendly displays.
The survey will contribute to the research on smart mobility and help the project to design new, more convenient charging systems across Europe.
The questionnaire takes between 15-20 minutes to complete and is available on the project website here.