Participate to e-SMART final event, on May 4, 2022 in Turin, within the Next Generation Mobility event to meet (in person!) and discuss on main project issues.
The Next Generation Mobility event – 2022 edition – hosts the final event of the EU funded project e- SMART. e-SMART aims at overcoming one of the main obstacles to the large-scale introduction of decarbonization in Local Public Transport (LPT) and Last-Mile Freight Logistic (LML): the limitations of the local network infrastructure for alternative fuels as electrification. The current network of electric charging station in the Alpine region is insufficient to meet the higher energy demand for LPT and LML. In order to avoid load peaks and to not endanger the operation of other electrical systems, a smart load management is necessary. This requires standards and norms for testing and validating the systems, guaranteeing grid stability and dynamic charging, and uniform communication models. The Interreg Alpine Space project e-SMART aims to achieve this by fostering transnational cooperation among public and private actors for an integrated approach to electric vehicle charging infrastructure planning and e-mobility services development.
e-SMART activates cooperation among public authorities and e-mobility and energy operator through Smart Living Labs on all levels of governance. It leads, through a Smart Mobility Road Map for Alpine Space decision makers on intermunicipal level, to a common approach in development of e-mobility services in LPT & LML. The project designs and tests a set of transnational operational instruments for public and private technicians to plan e-mobility infrastructure and services inpassengers and freight transports in the framework of smart grid and smart territories: a Smart Energy Toolkit.
The final event will be held at the Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile di Torino “Avv. Giovanni
Agnelli”, Corso Unità d’Italia 40, 10126 Turin, Italy
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