The main goal of the proEME is to increase the uptake of e-mobility in Europe by building capacities, networks and tools to reach decision makers and contribute to positive investment decisions for EVs i.e. LEVs, e-busses, e-trucks and plugin cars. The approaches and decision support tools developed shall serve as blueprints for further development of the EV-market and expand the scientific findings of electric mobility. »read more

proEME research on Dutch national radio
Within proEME, partners from different countries and backgrounds work together on accelerating the uptake of EV’s. One of the topics within the project is the analysis of changing EV incentives. FIER and the University of Twente worked together with the input from...
Europe now has its own Green Deal
The European Union plans to eliminate its contributions to climate change by 2050. But its plan is light on how to do so On Wednesday, the European Commission unveiled a plan to zero out its contributions to climate change and transform Europe’s economy. It appears to...
This study identified four different models of shared mobility. It found that while the concept of shared mobility has the potential to reduce congestion and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, there was limited evidence on whether the different models provide such...
Breakthrough Batteries Powering the Era of Clean Electrification
Rapid advancements in battery technology are poised to accelerate the pace of the global energy transition and play a major role in addressing the climate crisis. With more than $1.4 billion invested in battery technologies in the first half of 2019 alone, massive...
Germany set to boost buyer incentives on electric vehicles
As Volkswagen's ID 3 production EVs begin to roll off the assembly line, Germany is looking to grease the skids for electric-car hopefuls with increased subsidies for electrified vehicle buyers over the next 5-10 years.  The German government has committed to a 50...
Repsol Launches The Most Powerful Charging Station In Europe: 400 kW
A new CCS Combo charging station with 400 kW of power (four stalls available) can deliver more than any production car can handle. Repsol, the Spanish oil and gas company, is in a process of expanding its operation to EV charging infrastructure in Spain. After the...
Swedish startup Uniti debuts city-sized electric car in the UK for less than $19,000
Uniti will sell its debut One city car in the UK for 15,100 pounds (approximately $19,000) after government subsidies starting next year, the Swedish startup announced Monday.  The Uniti One is meant to be a budget alternative to the new crop of premium EVs coming...
Mazda aims its new MX-30 EV at the European market
Mazda's new concept may sport a set of suicide doors and have an optional rotary engine, but it's not a performance coupe; it's an electric crossover, and it's aimed squarely at the European market.  The Mazda MX-30 borrows its designation from the old "Mazda...
Dynamo Taxi: London’s first all-electric cab
London is getting an all-electric taxi. The Dynamo Taxi presented now and officially approved by Transport for London (TfL) is based on the Nissan e-NV200 Evalia and has been modified by the British company Dynamo for taxi use. This is now a fully electric alternative...
Clean transport, Urban transport
Commission hosts conference on micro-mobility services. Today Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc participates in the conference “Micro-mobility: the next big thing?” in Ljubljana, Slovenia. New mobility concepts such as e-bikes and e-scooters may have the...


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