Due to the spread of the virus COVID-19, Norwegian health authorities has decreed the cancellation of all public events with more than 500 people
the SEEV4-City closing conference is replaced by a series of three webinars taking place in April and may.
more information and registrations below
Webinar 
Insights of the project: 6 pilot projects that pave the way for smart electric mobility solutions

What was the start point 5 years ago and where are we now?

The pilot projects are the demonstration point of smart electric mobility solutions.

How do we integrate renewable energy sources? The lessons learned of the approach and made choices will be shared from a point of view from SEEV4City.

22 April – 15.00-17.00 CET
Webinar
Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) and Smart Charging: the future symbiosis between emission-free transport and sustainable energy infrastructure

Technologies can help to structure and maximize the synergies between electric

vehicles and local renewable energy sources.

A Smarter Electricity Grid for People, Planet & Profit. The electricity grid is used as an energy buffer, on a daily and a seasonal scale.

Across Europe increasingly investments in renewable energy production and charging infrastructure for electric vehicles are going one, they will be share with a point of view from other projects.

6 may- 15.00-17.00 CET
22 may- 15.00-17.00 CET
Webinar
Policy learning from SEEV4-City pilots: what policies do we need for the future?

How electromobility can be further boosted in Europe with the support of renewable energy sources and the smart and efficient use of energy infrastructures.

What are the regulatory and policy recommendations from the SEEV4-City project?

About the webinars and seev4-city

Smart, Clean Energy and Electric Vehicles for the City (SEEV4-City) is an innovative project funded by the EU Interreg North Sea Region Programme that just came to its conclusion. Its main objective was to demonstrate that smart electric mobility solutions that integrate renewable-energy sources encourage take-up in cities.

The project looked at different pilot solutions and elaborated case studies and best practices based upon them. For this purpose, two approaches have been identified for testing:

– Information and communication technologies can help to structure and maximize the synergies between electric vehicles and local renewable energy sources.

A Smarter Electricity Grid for People, Planet & Profit. The electricity grid is used as energy buffer, on a daily and a seasonal scale.

Join us for the final conference to learn about the results of this project. Come to see how electromobility can be further boosted in Europe with the support of renewable energy sources and the smart and efficient use of energy infrastructures.

Discover SEEV4-City Six Pilots in Europe

“Learn all about one of the largest battery backup systems in Europe, the Johan Cruijff ArenA,  and how this makes business sense”
“Find out how one of the largest charging plazas, with 100+ chargers, operates – the VULKAN district in oslo”
“Discover the practical implications of operating a smart charging scheme on 500+ public chargers as it’s done in the city of Amsterdam”

Join us for the final webinars of SEEV4-City to learn

about how e-mobility can be boosted in Europe with V2G.

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Our Speakers
Robert van den Hoed
Robert van den Hoed
Professor Energy and Innovation - Urban Technology Research Programme, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS)
Espen Hauge
Espen Hauge
President of AVERE - the European Association for Electromobility
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Sarah Elisabeth Holsen
Programme and Project Coordinator - Interreg North Sea Region Programme
Art van der Giessen
Art van der Giessen
Programme Manager - Solar Energy Program,City of Amsterdam
Jaap Burger
Jaap Burger
EV Charging Strategy Advisor - Clean Air Team/ Lead - Amsterdam Electric, City of Amsterdam
Hugo Niesing
Hugo Niesing
Director - Resourcefully
Chris Rimmer
Chris Rimmer
Infrastructure Strategy Lead - Systems and Infrastructure, Cenex UK
Jan Winkler
Jan Winkler
Project Manager - The Mobility House
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Philippe Vangeel
Secretary General - AVERE
Ghanim Putrus
Ghanim Putrus
Professor of Electrical Power Engineering, Lead of the Electrical Power and Control Systems Research Group - Department of Maths, Physics and Electrical Engineering, Northumbria University
Richard Kotter
Richard Kotter
Assistant Professor (Senior Lecturer) - Department of Geography and Environmental Sciences, Northumbria University
Organizers
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contact us

AVERE
Square De Meeus 37, 1000 Brussels – Belgium
Phone: +32 (0) 2 791 7729
E-mail: seev4-city@avere.org