MEISTER will deliver a set of tools to foster e-mobility large scale adoption by (1) demonstrating innovative, sustainable business models to lower installation and operation costs of charging infrastructure, (2) optimizing usage of infrastructure by the smart combination of charging and parking services, (3) integrating electric vehicles within urban Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs), including the establishment of electric vehicle sharing and the inclusion of electric vehicle within Mobility as a Service (MaaS) schemas, (4) providing interoperable platforms and services to users for an easy, convenient and barrier-free access to charging.
These solutions will be demonstrated in pilot sites in Malaga, Berlin and Gothenburg.
This project has a budget of 6M€ (co-funded by the EU under the H2020 programme). It has a duration of 36 months and the consortium working on is formed by 10 partners from 4 countries.
The consortium is composed of a balanced team of complementary organizations including public entities, industry and research centers, all of them with strong experience in the field of electro-mobility, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), energy, new business models and renewable energy sources promotion.
COORDINATOR: ETRA INVESTIGACIÓN Y DESARROLLO, S.A. – Spain
- ETRA INVESTIGACION Y DESARROLLO SA, Spain
- AYUNTAMIENTO DE MALAGA, Spain
- NOVADAYS SL, Spain
- VMZ BERLIN BETREIBERGESELLSCHAFT MBH, Germany
- INSTITUT FUR KLIMASCHUTZ ENERGIE UND MOBILITAT-RECHT, OKONOMIE UND POLITIK EV, Germany
- GEWOBAG WOHNUNGSBAU- AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT BERLIN, Germany
- ETHNIKO KENTRO EREVNAS KAI TECHNOLOGIKIS ANAPTYXIS, Greece
- GOTEBORGS KOMMUN, Sweden
- ON SOLUTIONS GMBH, Germany
- RISE VIKTORIA AB, Sweden
KEY WORDS: Business models, Charging stations, Electric vehicles, Car sharing, Electromobility, Mobility as a Service, MaaS, Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan, SUMP, large scale pilot.