The working group, consisting of representatives of illwerke vkw (Vlotte and Innovations Lab), the Vorarlberg state government, the Energieinstitut Vorarlberg EIV and the Kairos Institute for Impact Research and Development, discussed topics such as the "History and future of electric mobility in Vorarlberg", "past and future policy instruments", "good practice examples" and "transferability between regions" in a workshop. After a short introduction by Prof. (FH) Dr.-Ing. Markus Preißinger, head of the Research Centre Energy at the University of Applied Sciences Vorarlberg, an intensive brainstorming session was held to give an impressive presentation of the existing projects since 2009, the projects implemented and well-functioning measures that can also be seen as a significant contribution to the partner regions in this EU project. Finally, the stakeholders expressed their wishes for the future of electromobility in Vorarlberg and their expectations of this EU project, which will make a significant contribution to the development and improvement of electromobility through the exchange of information with eight European partner regions.
The next partner meeting will take place at the beginning of February 2020 in Kozani, Greece, in which FH Vorarlberg, represented by project manager Prof (FH) Dr. Markus Preißinger, will also take part.