E-Mobility V: Electric car sharing systems
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On 25 April, the Policy Learning Platform is hosting the fifth webinar of its e-mobility series, from 14:00 to 15:30. This episode will focus on fostering e-vehicle sharing.
Electric car-sharing systems can help cities and regions in meeting a number of policy challenges, including reducing the number of private vehicles on the road, providing equitable mobility options, and cutting carbon emissions.
While public transport and active mobility are key to the low-carbon transition, individual cars will still need to have a role and carsharing systems make these options available on demand, without the need for individual ownership.
Join this webinar to learn about business models and case studies for e-vehicle sharing from the Interreg community.
What you can expect
Diederik Basta from the City of Amsterdam will present the Amsterdam approach of supporting e-vehicle sharing schemes, eHUBS, Interreg NWE Project
Interreg Europe Policy Changes & Good Practices
- Presentation by Ester De Reys from Autodelen on Flanders Shared Mobility Green Deal (e-mopoli)
- Presentation by Kasper van Houten from the Murcia City Council on Electric motosharing for public workers (EMOBICITY)