The European Electromobility Observatory (EEO) monitors EV uptake throughout Europe
The European Electromobility Observatory (EEO) (http://www.ev-observatory.eu/) is a new EU tool to monitor all major developments in electromobility throughout Europe. This includes the current number of electric vehicles and charging stations but also policy measures and Electro-mobility programs and projects per country. Once all the data has been collected, the EEO can facilitate fact-based policy making at European, national, regional and local level.
Polis is part of the consortium implementing the EEO and invites you submit data from your own region and/or country.
Representatives of local, regional and national authorities and managers of electromobility projects can create an account to submit data online.
Free webinar "Stimulating electric vehicle uptake"
A webinar will be held on Wednesday, 30 October, 14.00-15.00h. The seminar, which can exclusively be followed online, targets policy makers and will provide insight into some successful policy measures undertaken in Austria and the Netherlands to stimulate electric vehicle uptake. Speakers will be Henriette Spyra (Austrian Federal Agency for Technological Measures AustriaTech) and Johan van Zwet (NL Agency).
Webinar: "Stimulating electric vehicle uptake – applying successful policy measures from Austria and the Netherlands"
Registration: click here.