News

The project has started in fall 2017 and is eagerly working on its individual use cases on e-mobility in urban areas Use Cases. We will use this section to keep you informed about all new findings and challeneges of the project as well as on other e-mobility topics. Come visit this section regularly to find out about our progress!

22.03.2018

Project Partner Meeting in Turku, Finland

Turku University of Applied Sciences hosted a 3-day partner meeting at the Arts Academy in Turku on March 20th-22nd.

13.03.2018

The world’s first fully electric ferry service in operation in Norway

On March 13th 2018 the two battery ferries MF Gloppefjord and MF Eidsfjord were baptized. This event marked the launch of the world's first emission-free ferry service, in operation between Anda and Lote. The ferry link is part of the European route E39 and links the municipalities Eid and Gloppen in Sogn and Fjordane county in the Western part of Norway.

08.03.2018

Interreg Communication Seminar in Lübeck (7 - 8 March 2018)

Our Communications Manager Jennifer Pohlmann, together with more than 60 other communication and project officers, attended Interreg‘s Communication Seminar in Lübeck: This event not only provided room for gathering information on visibility rules and communicating Interreg, but also for extensive networking.

16.02.2018

City of Tartu visits Hamburg's first fully electric bus

Our project partner, the City of Tartu (Estonia), visited Hamburg to test the first battery electric bus operating in the so called “Treppenviertel” in Blankenese. The VHH as the local transport operator (and associated partner of BSR) and representatives of the City of Hamburg accompanied the group for explanations and future cooperation.

01.11.2017

A public e-Bike sharing system for Tartu, Estonia

Over the next two years, the City of Tartu is planning on constructing a public e-bicycle sharing system in Tartu, which will be comprised of 600-800 rental bicycles and 60-80 rental stations located across the city. The goal is to shape the public bicycle sharing system into a part of the public transportation system and to integrate them into a complementary whole.