Project E-Mobility NSR kicks off


05.10.2011, Hamburg, Germany

AUNT-SUE consortium members Steve Shaw, Graeme Evans and Antje Witting (Cities Institute) joined the "North Sea Region Electric Mobility Network" (E-Mobility NSR) this summer.


This new INTEREG IVB project aims to provide state of the art information to help policy development in e-mobility in the NSR. The project will also provide insight into the gaps and needs in respect of infrastructure, logistics and preliminary standards for multi charging techniques. Ultimately, the project will deliver a long-term basis upon which regional and local governments as well as other relevant stakeholders in the NSR may engage on e-mobility. The project involves eleven regions from seven countries (Germany, Sweden, Netherlands, Denmark, Belgium, United Kingdon, and Norway) in the North Sea Region who are working together to develop strategies and action plans to stimulate e-mobility, by encouraging the use of electric cars for local transport.


The project kicked off on 5th October 2011 in Hamburg, Germany. Project partners from all NSR regions came together for the occasion, and for the transnational public debate that followed on October the 6th. The presentations of the meeting are available online.

Sponsor: European Commission, Interreg IVB North Sea Programme

Date: 2011 - 2014

Contact: Dr Steve Shaw


project team