eMobilita
(Electromobility in urban transport: a multi-dimensional innovation (socio-economic and environmental effects))

Objective: The eMobilita project will study the conditions, prerequisites and incentives for electromobility integration in urban transport and elaboration of a roadmap for its development. More specifically, eMobilita will (a) explore the experiences of the European countries in the integration of electromobility in urban transport and identify good practices, (b) summarize direct and indirect multi-dimensional effects (social, economic and environmental) of the introduction of electromobility in urban transport schemes, (c) elaborate a roadmap with concrete measures for introducing electromobility in urban transport, and (d) establish a sustainable partnership between universities and businesses through staff exchange and networking activities.

LHTEE Contribution: In the framework of the eMobilita project, LHTEE will lead WP1, which is focused on the conduction of qualitative work for empirical data collection in order to study the attitudes of the population, local authorities and producers of electric vehicles and recharging stations. Moreover, LHTEE will also contribute with its expertise both on the provision of recommendation on the integration of electromobility in urban transport, taking into account economic, social and environmental criteria, and with the development of a Roadmap for the wider integration of electromobility in compliance with the necessity to increase the environmental performance and the energy efficiency of urban transport schemes.

Funded by: Marie Sklodowska-Curie RISE Programme, 2017-2020


Major Partners:

  1. University of National and World Economy, Bulgaria
  2. Ekonomicka Univerzita V Bratislave, Slovakia
  3. Industrialen Klaster Elektromobili, Bulgaria
  4. Finance & Banking, Associazione per lo Sviluppo Organizzativo e delle Risorse Umane, Italy
  5. Universita Degli Studi Roma Tre
  6. Slovenská asociácia pre elektromobilitu, Slovakia