Innovative, future-driven and trendy – that sums up the run of the micromobility expo which premiered in Hannover, Germany, from 2 to 4 May 2019. Over the course of three action-packed days, the new fair for electric micro-vehicles wrapped up on Saturday.

The project proEME was represented by an international micromobility roundtable. Opportunities & challenges for Urban Europe were discussed with Stephan SCHMID, proEME Coordinator / DLR Stuttgart (Germany); Martí JOFRE, Innovative Mobility Services – FACTUAL (Barcelona, Spain); Steven HAVEMAN, proEME partner – University of Twente (Netherlands); Joern STADTLANDER, Owner & CEO of StaRSCo-Group Hamburg – Munich – Zielona Góra (Poland); Dr. Harald HEMPEL, DAKO GmbH (Germany); Amelie EWERT, HEV TCP Taskforce 32 small electric vehicle.

An event within the EMEurope Project “Promoting Electric Mobility in Urbane Europe” (EMEurope is cofunded by the European Commission as part of the ERA-NET Cofund scheme under Horizon 2020 Programme for EU funding programm for research and innovation.