Two of the main goals of the BSR electric project are trans-national learning and knowledge sharing, which is why we have created this page to provide our findings and experiences from the use cases. The main target group of our project are municipal decision makers and public administrations in the field of city and transport planning, as well as public and private fleet managers, municipal companies, and public and private transport operators. However, our outputs are also meant to provide practical knowledge to other groups that are interested in sustainable technological options and feasible solutions to integrate e-mobility into different fields of transport.
Here you can find the presentations and further information from our Capacity Building Seminar "Oslo Green Capital - How to electrify all transport by 2030?" held on April 2nd, 2019.
As part of our work package 2 activities, we worked on a comprehensive Stakeholder Analysis on the status quo of e-mobility within our partner countries. These findings, we want to share with our target group of local authorities, transport planners and municipalities interested in implementing certain types of e-mobility into their region, as well as the general public interested in the topic.
On March 27th 2019, a webinar was carried out by our partners from ATI Küste in Rostock. The presentations were targeted towards ferry operators, administrations of ferries, municipalities in areas with ferries, consulting companies and scientific or educational institutions interested in the topic. The speakers were Mr Robert Garbe, Head of Electric Mobility at Weiße Flotte GmbH and Mr Jens Kiel, project manager at the Federal Centre of Renewable Energy of the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
On March 21st 2019, our partner from the City of Riga carried out a webinar with speakers being Mr Timurs Safiuļins, the head of Riga Energy Agency, and Mr Sandis Zuciks, an expert from ARDENIS ltd.
The Webinar was held on March 14th, 2019 and organised by our partner Lindholmen Science Park. The Speakers were: Mrs Michelle Coldry from the City of Gothenburg’s Urban transport Administration and Mr Johan Erlandsson, CEO of Velove Bikes.
On December 13th, 2018 our partner Lindholmen Science Park held a webinar on e-buses. The speakers were Viveca Risberg, Peter Lindgren, both from the City of Gothenburg, and Magnus Broback from Volvo Buses.
On October 15th, 2018, our partner City of Gdansk carried out a very interesting webinar (in English) on e-bikes. With experienced presenters, participants had the opportunity to ask questions and receive an insight into the definition of e-bikes and their classification as well as know about implementing a promotion campaign for e-bikes into administrative work.
Here you will find the presentations held at the capacity building seminar in Hoeje-Taastrup (DK) in October 2018. The summary of the event can be found here.
Here you will find the agenda and presentations held at the capacity building seminar in Turku in March 2018. The summary of the event - live illustrations drawn by an artist - can be found here.
The BSR electric project flyer