Around the world, e-mobility solutions are gaining increasing traction, bringing environmental and social benefits including reduced air pollution and reduced carbon emissions. However, as electric vehicles become a more common occurrence in urban areas, challenges emerged to make sure that sufficient charging facilities were available and cities were able to implement innovative solutions for e-mobility.
SEEV4-City (Smart, clean Energy and Electric Vehicles for the City) goal was to 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 Plans (SUMEP).
Funded by the EU Interreg North Sea Region Programme, the main objective of SEEV4-City was to demonstrate smart electric mobility solutions, integrate renewable-energy sources, encourage take-up in cities through ICT. The project pilots six demonstration projects across the North Sea Region focused on EVs integration and renewable energies in Loughborough (UK), Leicester (UK), Kortrijk (Belgium), Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Oslo (Norway).
For more information on the demonstrations projects please refer to:
- Loughborough Operational Pilot Final Report
- Oslo Operational Pilot Final Report
- Leicester Operational Pilot Final Report
- Amsterdam Flexpower Operational Pilot Final Report
- Kortrijk Operational Pilot Final Report
The project started in March 2016 and culminated in April 2020.