ELVITEN IN GENOA
Genoa has a population of about 600,000 inhabitants, and hosts Italy’s most important ports. Given the mountainous topography of the area, green mobility represents an alternative answer to reduce pollution and noise. In Genoa there are about 100 EL-Vs and 16 public charging points.
With a fleet of over 140.000 non-electrified scooters, Genoa has one of the highest ratio of L-Vs per inhabitant in Europe. ELVITEN will create a wide charging network. ELVITEN will offer an incentive tool and monitoring apps.
ELVITEN will provide EL-Vs for free use. In Genoa, ELVITEN tackles owners, sharers and deliverers.
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Genoa training professionals to lead smart cities
The course targets graduates, in any discipline, who have gained specific and proven experience in the field and who want to work or are already committed to leading Genoa towards a smart future.
The course is part of the Smart City initiative promoted by the European Union within the Europe 2020 strategy that aims to prepare European cities to face futures economic and environmental challenges such as the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
The city of Genoa is one of the ELVITEN project cities that ranks at the 21st place as a smart city thanks to its commitment to improving the quality of life through sustainable economic development, innovation
For more information visit http://www.comune.genova.it/node/88125
EU commission opens consultation to all citizens on the topic of mobility
From 10 January until 8 March 2018 the European Commission has opened a series of public consultations covering the entire spectrum of EU future funding in different areas including Research & Innovation, SMEs, Strategic Infrastructure, Values and Mobility.
This call is open to all citizens, organisations and stakeholders with an interest and/or involvement in issues related to strategic infrastructure and is accessible in 23 EU languages
The objective of the consultation is to design a comprehensive proposals for the next generation of financial programmes for the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework.
Find more information here.
From 10 January until 8 March 2018 the European Commission has opened a series of public consultations covering the entire spectrum of EU future funding in different areas including Research & Innovation, SMEs, Strategic Infrastructure, Values and Mobility. This call is open to all citizens, organisations and stakeholders with an interest and/or involvement in issues […]
Travel on Cities Survey Launch
As part of the Project preparatory studies, ELVITEN has launched its Survey on Travel in Cities that entails 26 questions on users’ commuting and urban transport preferences.
The aim of the Survey is to collect information about Light Electric Vehicles (EL-Vs) usage and users’ mobility patterns and it targets specifically urban users in the project demonstration cities: Rome, Berlin, Bari, Malaga, Genoa
The answering of the questionnaire is expected to last 10 minutes and it is entirely anonymous. The Survey has been made available in English, Spanish, German, Italian and Greek and was open until 12.02.2018.