SEEV4-City Newsflash: Combining electric vehicles and renewable-energy sources

SEEV4-City (Smart, clean Energy and Electric Vehicles for the City) is an innovative project funded by the EU Interreg North Sea Region Programme. Main objective is to demonstrate smart electric mobility solutions, integrating renewable-energy sources, encouraging take-up in cities through ICT.

The project is piloting six demonstration projects across the North Sea Region focused on EVs integration and renewable energies:

  • Vehicle 2 Home: Loughborough
  • Vehicle 2 Business: Leicester & Kortrijk
  • Vehicle 2 Street/Neighbourhood: Amsterdam ArenA & Oslo
  • Vehicle 2 City: Amsterdam city

The main aim of SEEV4-City is to develop Smart Charging concepts into sustainable (commercially and socially viable) business models to integrate EVs and renewable energy planning through Sustainable Urban Mobility & Energy Plan (SUMEP).

Amsterdam smart static EV charging results

City of Amsterdam is the first municipality in Europe to develop an operational electric vehicle charging system with a flexible load in the public space. With a phased approach, Amsterdam firstly chose the appropriate charging stations, based upon the intensity of charging and possibility to reduce the intensity without causing any inconvenience for the EV users. Read more....

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For more information about the Interreg North Sea Region - SEEV4-City project, please visit the project website.