• CEMOBIL project  
    The project demonstrates that E-mobility does indeed work in European cities such as Klagenfurt on Lake Wörthersee and that effective and sustainable improvement in environmental quality in cities is achievable without imposing undue restraints on individual mobility.
    At the same time it is demonstrated that a valuable contribution is being made towards climate protection and towards meeting the Kyoto target by ensuring that the electricity required to power E-vehicles comes entirely from renewable sources of energy.
     

     

  • CONNECT project  
    The main objective of the Connect Project is to promote the progressive implementation of electric vehicles as an alternative of the urban mobility. The project will establish 5 'zero-emission electric recharging point' pilot network for these vehicles. These points will be supplied entirely by renewable energy and will provide an improvement in the 'overall ecological impact' of 75% compared to the main suppliers.
     

     

  • Demo-EV project  
     
    The DemoEV project will contribute towards the attainment of a carbon neutral road transportation system in Malta by putting into practice, testing, evaluating and disseminating a number of actions with respect to the achievement of Electromobility. 

     

  • Elba Project  
    The main objective of the ELBA project is the planning, implementation and demonstration of a number of advanced eco-sustainable, integrated mobility schemes and services for people and goods, in and for the Elba Island (connected with Piombino, Livorno Province - Tuscany Region - Italy).
     

     

  • IEE ENCLOSE Project  
    ENCLOSE, ENergy efficiency in City LOgistics Services for small and mid-sized European Historic Towns, is pilot project unded under the The Intelligent Energy– Europe (IEE) program. The IEE programme is run by the Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation (EACI) on behalf of the European Commission and it supports EU energy efficiency and renewable energy policies, with a view to reaching the EU 2020 targets (20% cut in greenhouse gas emissions, 20% improvement in energy efficiency and 20% of renewables in EU energy consumption). 
     

     

     

  • MuSAE Project  

     

    The project MuSAE: ‘Municipalities subsidiarity for actions on energy' approved within Life+ program, assumes that the energy savings and the increased use of renewable energy sources are critical for the achievement of the objectives of the strategy "Europe 20/20/20" and also that the local authorities are required to play a role crucial to the achievement of commitments undertaken by the EU in order to promote a new model of sustainable development.

     

  • Slide In Project  
    SlideIn is a project to increase the use of electricity powered buses in cities. SlideIn is base on a technology where the bus connects to an overhead power line and charges the battery whilst driving. As the vehicle is charging whilst moving, charging efficiency is improved at the same time as the buses have the ability to drive on stretches without power lines. The project runs between September 2011 and December 2015 and the goal is to develop an attractive and cost effective solution for electrifying a larger share of public transport.