Lack of regulatory and strategic framework for the promotion and planning of e-mobility and charging infrastructure
The aim is to promote the development of a charging network that supports the circulation of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles. The document is articulated within the established parameters of the National Infrastructural Plan for the recharging of vehicles powered by electricity (PNIre) and the European Directive AFID (Alternative Fuel Infrastructure) and plays a leading role for all public and private entities that prepare for the design / implementation of electrical infrastructure networks at regional level. The Guidelines have been elaborated thanks to the comparison with the stakeholders of electric mobility and the territory, with the intent to provide precise indications regarding the methodology and priorities to be considered in the construction of the charging infrastructure network in reference to the two macro-categories : public access charging point and private access charging point.
Stakeholders: municipalities, provinces, service and energy providers, utilities, mobility agencies, LPT agencies.
Evidence of success
(1) Adaptation of current regulations; installation of charging infrastructures on regional level; promotion of replacement of existing public and private fleets with electric vehicles.(2) Increased awareness. (3) Promotion of charging infrastructure innovation. (4) On governance level: increased coordination among different departments of the Region, Increased cooperation and set-up of working table with private sector,
no limitations for this good practice.
Potential for learning or transfer
ease of Implementation: Easy
Benefit-cost ratio: very high
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