While surrounding countries such as The Netherlands, Denmark, France, and Austria are developing electric vehicle (EV) markets, the markets in Germany and Belgium are lagging behind. This Action will conduct a study with integrated pilot, in view of future roll-out. It will deploy 241 multi-standard fast chargers in Germany and 37 in Belgium. This represents less than 3% of the estimated needed infrastructure by 2020, in Germany. The Action is located on several TEN-T corridors (North Sea-Mediterranean, Orient-East Med, Scandinavian-Mediterranean, Rhine-Alpine, North Sea-Baltic corridors, etc).
It is complemented by a twin application, FAST-E (CZ/SK) which will deploy 29 fast chargers locations in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, on corridors connecting to Germany. An innovative open source ICT-platform across the entire EV value chain will facilitate integrated end-to-end EV services, available to all market participants.
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Start date: September 2014
End date: September 2017
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