SOLUTIONSplus: replication call for e-mobility innovators!
Calling all e-mobility innovators: The vast EU-funded project SOLUTIONSplus just introduced its second replication call for e-mobility innovations. The focus countries for this second call for replication, you wonder? Costa Rica, Sierra Leone, Togo, Kenya, Uganda, Maldives, Thailand, and Cambodia!
SOLUTIONSplus sets up a global platform for shared, public, and commercial e-mobility solutions to kick-start the transition towards low-carbon urban mobility. The project encompasses city-level demonstrations to test different types of innovative and integrated e-mobility solutions, complemented by a comprehensive toolbox, capacity development, and replication activities.
Answer the SOLUTIONSplus replication call!
The objective of this second replication call is to build on the experience gained in the demonstration actions and to replicate lessons learned, business models developed, technology solutions tested, and operational schemes implemented in replication projects across selected countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
The project will make available up to 50,000 euros for selected private entities, NGOs, and research institutions active in electric mobility. The objective? To design, implement and evaluate innovative solutions based on current SOLUTIONSplus demonstration actions.
The areas that will be prioritized under this call are:
- The use of electric two and three-wheelers in urban areas to improve logistics or passenger connectivity.
- Charging infrastructure for different types of electric two and three-wheelers.
- Demonstration projects that address gender issues in electric mobility.
Entities are welcome to form consortiums to apply for the call. However, if selected, the contract will be signed with the lead partner. Moreover, while each organisation can present up to two project proposals, only one proposal can be funded.
The deadline to apply is 10 March 2023.
- For more information, click here.
- If you have any questions, do not hesitate to write Pedro Gomes, Marina Martin, Andréia Lopes Azevedo, and Cláudia Ribeiro.