1. Factors of EV Public Acceptance Discussed at Kajaani Meeting
  2. H2MA Newsletter n.3
  3. Expert event on the topic of establishing hydrogen value chains in Slovenia
  4. NEWSLETTER ZCI NO. 2
  5. NEW E-BUSES IN CITY MUNICIPALITY OF KRANJ
  6. Masterclass: The Business Case in sustainable mobility
  7. 2nd masterclass IN THE ZCI PROJECT, “ZERO CARBON INFRASTRUCTURE”, INTERREG EUROPE, IRELAND, CORK
  8. H2MA 2nd Newsletter
  9. ADRIONCYCLETOUR – THIRD PARTNERSHIP MEETING, THIS TIME IN KOBARID (SLO)
  10. IAA MOBILITY 2023
  11. ADRIONCYCLETOUR – a leaflet SUMMER TIMETABLE – CYCLING ALONG THE BOHINJ RAILWAY is published
  12. ADRIONCYCLETOUR – YOUTH AND MOBILITY IN THE ALPS
  13. RURAL MOBILITY SERVICES – Bischofshofen, Austria
  14. ZCI press release 1
  15. H2MA Newsletter n.1
  16. The Norwegians were impressed by the presented good practices of planning and implementing sustainable mobility in Slovenia
  17. No APP, no RFID! To pay for a charging of an e-vehicle in a public garage in Mechelen, Belgium, one only needs a payment card.
  18. Ceremonial takeover of electric buses in the City municipality of Kranj
  19. The Government of the Republic of Slovenia is already implementing the strategic partnership commitments of the GREMO Mission
  20. Have you already noticed the red markings of bicycle connections?
  21. Study Visit on Long-Distance Transportation in Augsburg, Germany
  22. Research of the ReMOBIL project indicates a solution for the Slovenian mobility challenges
  23. A kick-off meeting of the H2MA project
  24. ZCI kick-off meeting
  25. OmniE project
  26. »Battery electric« vs »hydrogen fuel cells«
  27. International event for the introduction of electric mobility
  28. The automotive industry in Europe and the market take-up of the battery electric vehicles
  29. First completely electric fast ferry in the world
  30. e-MOPOLI Action plan for mobility on alternative fuels in Slovenia
  31. Ministry of Infrastructure involved in the EU project IDACS – ID and data collection for sustainable fuels in Europe
  32. Micro-mobility: the next big thing?
  33. The end of the project e-MOTICON
  34. Joining forces for e-mobility
  35. University of Applied Science in Kempten focusing in on e-mobility since 2009
  36. Supporting the expansion of the infrastructure for electric mobility in Upper Carniola
  37. Working meeting for the preparation of the Regional Action Plan for the expansion of e-mobility infrastructure and e-mobility, the e-MOTICON project
  38. Transnational Strategy for the planning of the electric charging stations!
  39. ETREL INCH FIRST INTERACTIVE E-CHARGING STATION IN THE WORLD!
  40. What is the state of e-mobility and e-charging stations in the alpine area?
  41. E-mobility in province of Brescia, Italy
  42. News from Berchtesgadener, Germany
Wednesday, 17 July, 2024
  1. Factors of EV Public Acceptance Discussed at Kajaani Meeting
  2. H2MA Newsletter n.3
  3. Expert event on the topic of establishing hydrogen value chains in Slovenia
  4. NEWSLETTER ZCI NO. 2
  5. NEW E-BUSES IN CITY MUNICIPALITY OF KRANJ
  6. Masterclass: The Business Case in sustainable mobility
  7. 2nd masterclass IN THE ZCI PROJECT, “ZERO CARBON INFRASTRUCTURE”, INTERREG EUROPE, IRELAND, CORK
  8. H2MA 2nd Newsletter
  9. ADRIONCYCLETOUR – THIRD PARTNERSHIP MEETING, THIS TIME IN KOBARID (SLO)
  10. IAA MOBILITY 2023
  11. ADRIONCYCLETOUR – a leaflet SUMMER TIMETABLE – CYCLING ALONG THE BOHINJ RAILWAY is published
  12. ADRIONCYCLETOUR – YOUTH AND MOBILITY IN THE ALPS
  13. RURAL MOBILITY SERVICES – Bischofshofen, Austria
  14. ZCI press release 1
  15. H2MA Newsletter n.1
  16. The Norwegians were impressed by the presented good practices of planning and implementing sustainable mobility in Slovenia
  17. No APP, no RFID! To pay for a charging of an e-vehicle in a public garage in Mechelen, Belgium, one only needs a payment card.
  18. Ceremonial takeover of electric buses in the City municipality of Kranj
  19. The Government of the Republic of Slovenia is already implementing the strategic partnership commitments of the GREMO Mission
  20. Have you already noticed the red markings of bicycle connections?
  21. Study Visit on Long-Distance Transportation in Augsburg, Germany
  22. Research of the ReMOBIL project indicates a solution for the Slovenian mobility challenges
  23. A kick-off meeting of the H2MA project
  24. ZCI kick-off meeting
  25. OmniE project
  26. »Battery electric« vs »hydrogen fuel cells«
  27. International event for the introduction of electric mobility
  28. The automotive industry in Europe and the market take-up of the battery electric vehicles
  29. First completely electric fast ferry in the world
  30. e-MOPOLI Action plan for mobility on alternative fuels in Slovenia
  31. Ministry of Infrastructure involved in the EU project IDACS – ID and data collection for sustainable fuels in Europe
  32. Micro-mobility: the next big thing?
  33. The end of the project e-MOTICON
  34. Joining forces for e-mobility
  35. University of Applied Science in Kempten focusing in on e-mobility since 2009
  36. Supporting the expansion of the infrastructure for electric mobility in Upper Carniola
  37. Working meeting for the preparation of the Regional Action Plan for the expansion of e-mobility infrastructure and e-mobility, the e-MOTICON project
  38. Transnational Strategy for the planning of the electric charging stations!
  39. ETREL INCH FIRST INTERACTIVE E-CHARGING STATION IN THE WORLD!
  40. What is the state of e-mobility and e-charging stations in the alpine area?
  41. E-mobility in province of Brescia, Italy
  42. News from Berchtesgadener, Germany
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Factors of EV Public Acceptance Discussed at Kajaani Meeting

From Tuesday, May 14 to Wednesday, May 15, Regional Council of Kainuu in cooperation with Erasmus Centre for Urban, Port and Transport Economics BV organised the 4th and the last master class, this time on the thematic of Factors of EV Public Acceptance Discussed at Kajaani Meeting. You can read more about the event and

H2MA Newsletter n.3

The leading partner, the Energy Agency for Savinjska, Šaleška and Carinthia (KSSENA Institute), prepared the third newsletter of the H2MA project, which you can read at the H2MA_Newsletter n.3_EN.

Expert event on the topic of establishing hydrogen value chains in Slovenia

What role will hydrogen play in Slovenia’s energy independence?   Green hydrogen is an important link in the transition to a carbon-free society, but many challenges and open questions remain. Ljubljana, April 9, 2024 As part of the AMETHyST  project, an event was held on the topic of establishing hydrogen value chains in Slovenia. BSC

NEWSLETTER ZCI NO. 2

This newsletter informs you about the ZCI project and its contribution to the development of clean mobility and charging infrastructure in Europe. To learn more about the efforts and ambitions of our project partners, visit our website or follow us on social media. We truly hope to inspire you to embark on the journey of

NEW E-BUSES IN CITY MUNICIPALITY OF KRANJ

The municipality of Kranj acquired four more electric buses from MAN in January 2024. In 2023, the Municipality of Kranj replaced four diesel buses with ten-meter electric buses in its bus fleet of sixteen buses. This year, the MAN company delivered four more electric buses to the municipality. Most of the financial resources for financing

Masterclass: The Business Case in sustainable mobility

City of Parma, Italy and Erasmus Centre for Urban, Port and Transport Economics BV, both partners in the Zero Carbon Infrastructure (ZCI) project, co-financed from the Interreg Europe programme, are organizing a third Masterclass on the thematic of business cases in sustainable mobility, on the 30st and 31st of January 2024, in Parma, Italy. The

2nd masterclass IN THE ZCI PROJECT, “ZERO CARBON INFRASTRUCTURE”, INTERREG EUROPE, IRELAND, CORK

In Ireland, city of Cork, on October 17 and 18, 2023, a second masterclass was held on the topic of urban logistics and the introduction of mobility on alternative fuels, which was attended by project partners and interested stakeholders from nine European countries.   Cork City Council, in collaboration with the Erasmus Center for Urban,

H2MA 2nd Newsletter

H2MA works to accelerate the transnational roll-out of green hydrogen mobility infrastructure in the Alpine region, to curb CO2 emissions and foster the transition to low-carbon transport. Through the joint development of cooperation mechanisms, strategies, tools, and resources, the project will increase the capacities of territorial public authorities and relevant stakeholders to collaboratively plan and

ADRIONCYCLETOUR – THIRD PARTNERSHIP MEETING, THIS TIME IN KOBARID (SLO)

Kobarid, 25-26 October 2023 – Together with our partners, we marked the first year of the ADRIONCYCLETOUR – Adriatic-Ionian Cycle Route for Sustainable Tourism project, one of the three strategic projects of the Interreg VI-A Italy-Slovenia 2021-2027 Programme, which faces the challenge of increasing the attractiveness and accessibility of the programme area through the promotion

IAA MOBILITY 2023

From September 5 to 10, 2023, Munich, Germany hosted an international mobility festival. Almost 750 exhibitors from 38 countries, 500 international speakers and over 300 premieres were presented at the fair. The exhibition space was visited by 500,000 visitors, while on Saturday alone, 100,000 people were recorded at the open venue of the fair in

ADRIONCYCLETOUR – a leaflet SUMMER TIMETABLE – CYCLING ALONG THE BOHINJ RAILWAY is published

During the summer tourist season, the Julian Alps are one of the busiest areas in Slovenia. To reduce traffic congestion, we encourage the use of public transport. From the train station to your final destination or tourist attraction you can travel with seasonal local shuttle services and two cross-border bus lines. Our partner, the Posoški

ADRIONCYCLETOUR – YOUTH AND MOBILITY IN THE ALPS

Nova Gorica, 23 June 2023 – In the framework of the ADRIONCYCLETOUR project, the Youth and Mobility in the Alps event brought together young representatives of the Yoalin project and invited guests to discuss rail connections, which should form the backbone of sustainable tourism in the region. YOUTH AND MOBILITY IN ALPS was the title

RURAL MOBILITY SERVICES – Bischofshofen, Austria

Organization of train trips, sale of tickets for public passenger transport, seasonal public bus transport, on-call transport for rural residents and visitors, rental of electric vehicles and micro-mobile means of transport, all this and more under the management of the regional mobility centre MOBILITO, Ltd. Sankt Johann im Pongau is an administrative district in the

ZCI press release 1

Introducing the Interreg Europe ZCI Project   PRESS RELEASE (June 2023) Through the EU Green deal, the EU set ambitious targets to decarbonise transport. European Environmental Agency (EEA) estimated that road transport constitutes the highest proportion of overall transport emissions (in 2019 it emitted 72% of all domestic and international transport GHG) and 23% of

H2MA Newsletter n.1

Partnership of the project Green Hydrogen Mobility for Alpine Region Transportation (H2MA), co-financed by the programme Interreg Alpine Space, issued the first project Newsletter. Klick on the link to read the whole Newsletter:  H2MA_Newsletter-n.1_EN

The Norwegians were impressed by the presented good practices of planning and implementing sustainable mobility in Slovenia

From May 23 to 25, 2023, a group of eight Norwegians from Viken County Council, the Mobility Department, Oslo and Nordland Research Institute learned about the activities, plans and policies for promoting sustainable mobility of regional development agencies in Slovenia and the Ministry of Environment, Climate and Energy. Tuesday, May 23, 2023 BSC, business support

No APP, no RFID! To pay for a charging of an e-vehicle in a public garage in Mechelen, Belgium, one only needs a payment card.

Parking Keerdok is a new parking garage, completed in 2022, a walking distance from the city center of Mechelen, with a 528 parking spaces for personal cars, a charging infrastructure for personal e-cars, the car, bicycle and scooter sharing systems and a bicycle storage station with charging infrastructure for e-bicycles. It also has office space

Ceremonial takeover of electric buses in the City municipality of Kranj

Today, May 15th 2023, the City Municipality Kranj organised a ceremonial takeover of four electric buses MAN Lion’s City E. After about three years of planning and preparation and cooperation with many experts, the City Municipality of Kranj ceremonially took over four of the eight planned electric, twelve meter long, MAN Lion’s City E buses.

The Government of the Republic of Slovenia is already implementing the strategic partnership commitments of the GREMO Mission

On the 9th of May 2023, the Ministry of Economy, Tourism and Sports published an article on the governmental website informing that today the Government of the Republic of Slovenia is also joining the strategic partnership “by signing the Agreement on cooperation in the Strategic Partnership in the GREEN MObility Mission, i.e. the mission of

Have you already noticed the red markings of bicycle connections?

On the entire Gorenje bicycle network (GKO), where 640 kilometers of national and local bicycle connections are intertwined, you can notice NEW, unified bicycle markings, which are the result of the work of the Advisory Body of the Gorenje Region for the Development of Cycling (SORK). SORK consists of representatives of development agencies: BSC Kranj

Study Visit on Long-Distance Transportation in Augsburg, Germany

Project: H2MA On 17th and 18th April, representatives of the project partners of the H2Ma project, project observers and relevant stakeholders gathered for a study visit in the city of Augsburg in Germany. The two-day study visit was organized by the project partner ITALCAM together with the organization Hydrogen Center Bavaria H2.B. The purpose of

Research of the ReMOBIL project indicates a solution for the Slovenian mobility challenges

The inhabitants of Slovenia are not ready to change their mobility habits at the expense of a significant deterioration in efficiency and comfort. A survey on the sustainable mobility of the inhabitants of Slovenia showed that, even if the transition to sustainable mobility is important for as many as 65 percent of the inhabitants of

A kick-off meeting of the H2MA project

KSSENA organized the partners’ kick-off meeting of the H2MA project – Green hydrogen mobility for transport in the Alpine region on Wednesday, February 22nd, 2023, in Celje. The meeting was attended by 11 partner organizations. The project is approved under the program priority “Carbon-neutral and resource-sensitive Alpine region” and will last until the end of

ZCI kick-off meeting

The County administrative board of Kronoberg organized the kick-off partnership meeting of the ZCI – Zero-Carbon Infrastructure project, from Wednesday, March 15 to Friday, March 17. The meeting was attended by 9 partner organizations. The project is approved under the “Green Europe” Interreg program priority and will last until the end of February, 2027. From

OmniE project

OmniE project  “Collecting, processing and analyzing mobility data is one of the main areas of research at Kempten University of Applied Sciences. One of the recent projects at Kempten University  deals with the mobility analysis of electric buses. The research project “OmniE – ICT Tool for System and Fleet Analysis for Electric Buses” started at

»Battery electric« vs »hydrogen fuel cells«

»Battery electric« vs »hydrogen fuel cells« Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) have been in one or another form present since 1851 and hydrogen fuel cells technology was invented in 1839. Hydrogen has been in a way already used as a fuel in 1970es. Attempts of hydrogen use for powering cars are noted even before stated date.

International event for the introduction of electric mobility

International event for the introduction of electric mobility RSE Spa, Italy, Climat Alliance, Germany, PVdF, France organized an international online event on November 4, 2020 within the e-SMART project, e-mobility SMART grid for passengers and last mile freight transports in the Alpine Space, Programme INTERREG Alpine Space. The online event was attended by 88 participants.

The automotive industry in Europe and the market take-up of the battery electric vehicles

The automotive industry in Europe and the market take-up of the battery electric vehicles What does the car industry mean for the European economy? How many battery electric vehicles (BEVs) were registered in 2019 in Europe? How many electric vehicles does the European Union plan by 2050? Why are not more BEVs sold? What are

First completely electric fast ferry in the world

First completely electric fast ferry in the world The project partners of the EU-funded TrAM project, Horizon 2020, will develop a fast, zero-emission ferry to transport passengers. The project is led by Kolumbus and Rogaland County Council, Norway. A zero-emission electric high-speed passenger ferry is currently being built in Norway. The ferry will travel at

e-MOPOLI Action plan for mobility on alternative fuels in Slovenia

e-MOPOLI Action plan for mobility on alternative fuels in Slovenia   In September 2019 started a preparation of Action plan for alternative fuels addressing Slovenian Operational Programme for the Implementation of the EU Cohesion Policy 2014-2020. The Operational Programme for the Implementation of the EU Cohesion Policy 2014-2020 addresses support for the mobility on alternative

Ministry of Infrastructure involved in the EU project IDACS – ID and data collection for sustainable fuels in Europe

Since January 2019, the Ministry of Infrastructure has been involved in the IDACS project, which establishes unified information platforms for charging infrastructure for alternative fuel vehicles in European partner countries. In Slovenia, we have three major information platforms for electric vehicle charging infrastructure, which inform users about the location and the technical specifications of electric

Micro-mobility: the next big thing?

Micro-mobility: the next big thing?   European Commission, European Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc and DG MOVE organized an international event about micro mobility in Ljubljana, on Monday, October 14th 2019. Representatives from 30 countries attended, including from Russia and India. Participants discussed the current situation and how to plan mobility for the future.  

The end of the project e-MOTICON

The end of the project e-MOTICON The final project event was held on March 26th 2019, hosted by Region Lombardy at its prestigious headquarters Palazzo Lombardia in Milan, with a public conference and an exhibition of e-mobility vehicles and services in Piazza Città, the largest covered square in Europe. The event was hosting 40 speakers,

Joining forces for e-mobility

Regional Development Agency of Gorenjska, BSC Kranj attended a working meeting in Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on Tuesday, June 11th 2019, to present e-MOTICON results including Memorandum of Understanding. Electro Ljubljana, Gorenjske Elektrarne and BSC Kranj, RDA of Gorenjska presented to the mayors of the 23 municipalities of the Central Slovenian region

University of Applied Science in Kempten focusing in on e-mobility since 2009

University of Applied Science in Kempten focusing in on e-mobility since 2009 The University of Applied Science in Kempten is the university in Allgäu which offers applied, interdisciplinary, international and pioneering higher education courses. Besides the education, the university offers a wide field of research & development projects. Since 2009 the university has extensive experiences

Supporting the expansion of the infrastructure for electric mobility in Upper Carniola

Gorenjska has been intensively trying to establish sustainable mobility in recent years. In addition to planning, i.e. park and ride systems, calming down traffic in settlements, encouraging cycling through the creation of e-bike sharing systems and promoting walking, municipalities are increasingly investing in the construction of a e-charging infrastructure for charging electric cars, buying electric

Working meeting for the preparation of the Regional Action Plan for the expansion of e-mobility infrastructure and e-mobility, the e-MOTICON project

On September 19th 2018, a working meeting was held in the protocol facility Kolpern in Jesenice, as part of the preparation of the Regional Action Plan for the expansion of e-mobility infrastructure and e-mobility. The purpose of the meeting was the presentation of the regional action plan draft for the expansion of e-mobile infrastructure and

Transnational Strategy for the planning of the electric charging stations!

Transnational Strategy for the planning of the electric charging stations! 15 partners from 6 Alpine Space countries are preparing e-Mobility transnational strategy for an interoperable community and networking in the Alpine Space within e-MOTICON project, co-financed by INTERREG Alpine Space programme. Despite very relevant technical developments in the e-mobility sector, its wider diffusion is still

ETREL INCH FIRST INTERACTIVE E-CHARGING STATION IN THE WORLD!

Following ETREL OCEAN software and e-charging station Etrel G5 and G6, comes Etrel INCH in two basic models of e-charging stations, in May 2018. ETREL INCH is currently the best charging station in Slovenia with very advanced features and high competitiveness in the market. Slovenian developer of e-charging infrastructure management software and manufacturer of electric ...

What is the state of e-mobility and e-charging stations in the alpine area?

The new common language will be more simple and regular than the existing European languages. It will be as simple as Occidental; in fact, it will be Occidental. To an English person, it will seem like simplified English, as a skeptical Cambridge friend of mine told me what Occidental is. Their separate existence is a myth. For science, music, sport, etc, Europe uses the same vocabulary. The languages only differ in their grammar, their pronunciation and their most common words. Everyone realizes why a new common language would be desirable: one could refuse to pay expensive translators.

E-mobility in province of Brescia, Italy

The new common language will be more simple and regular than the existing European languages. It will be as simple as Occidental; in fact, it will be Occidental. To an English person, it will seem like simplified English, as a skeptical Cambridge friend of mine told me what Occidental is. Their separate existence is a myth. For science, music, sport, etc, Europe uses the same vocabulary. The languages only differ in their grammar, their pronunciation and their most common words. Everyone realizes why a new common language would be desirable: one could refuse to pay expensive translators.

News from Berchtesgadener, Germany

A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel the charm of existence in this spot, which was created for the bliss of souls like mine. I am so happy, my dear friend, so absorbed in the exquisite sense of mere tranquil existence, that I neglect my talents. I should be incapable of drawing a single stroke.