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SMART MOBILITY IN SMART CITY

Urban transport is responsible for about a quarter of CO2 emissions from transport. The gradual phasing out of ‘conventionally-fuelled’ vehicles from the urban environment is a major contribution to significant reduction of oil dependence, greenhouse gas emissions and local air and noise pollution. Fully Electric Vehicles (FEV), for public and private transport, can contribute significantly to the lowering of the current pollution levels.

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Smart Mobility in Smart City Concept

Smart Mobility in Smart City Concept

MOBINCITY scope within FEV Interaction with Energy Infraestructure

MOBINCITY scope within FEV Interaction with Energy Infraestructure

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MOBINCITY Video: What do users expect from future mobility?

Noise, congestion and pollution: that’s the mobility of today.

We've interviewed young people from all around the world on their expectations regarding future mobility. Click on the link below to see how they did answer our questions:
- "How do you think mobility will be in the future?"
- "How should mobility be in the future?"
- "What do you expect from your electric vehicle?"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W10xLnv5qvQ

MOBINCITY Management Workshop in Munich June 2014

On June 17th, in Munich there was held a workshop of the EU-funded project MOBINCITY in which the intermediate results have been discussed with e-mobility experts from all over Europe. We want to thank all participants for their interest and your very valuable contributions.

Project Presentation at Smartgreens 2014 in Barcelona

At the 3rd International Conference on Smart Grids and Green IT System 2014 in Barcelona (Spain) TECHNOMAR GmbH and Cit Development S.L. presented the SMARTV2G as well as the MOBINCITY project.
Both companies are partners of the project consortium and presented their projects in the frame of European Project Space (EPS).

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No 314328.