European Long-distance Electric Clean Transport Road Infrastructure Corridor (ELECTRIC)
This project aims to create an open access fast charging corridor along major highways connecting Sweden, Denmark, Germany and The Netherlands to allow green travel between these countries.
Part of the project will be dedicated to a study on interoperability, the framework for a sustainable infrastructure set up and network planning. The pilot project will install a total of 155 chargers along the main motorways: 30 in The Netherlands, 23 in Denmark, 35 in Sweden and 67 in Germany.
The new electric vehicle transport road will help accelerate electric vehicle uptake in northern Europe and will serve as best practice to other European countries.
This project has been completed.
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This project was also the subject of a press release issued by the Agency.
Member States involved:
Germany, Denmark, The Netherlands, Sweden
Start date: March 2014
End date: December 2015
Beneficiary & Implementing body:
ABB BV (co-ordinator)