The practical, financial, environmental and legal impacts of electric vehicles and trucks will be examined for last mile freight transport in the community of Hoje Taastrup, Denmark.
In Turku, Finland, different e-vehicles will be tested as options for inner-city logistics. Ideal routes, charging networks, etc. will be identified.
In Hamburg, Germany, as well as in Tartu, Estonia, guidelines for e-Buses in public transport will be developed by analysing route planning as well as performance concerns.
Gdansk in Poland will promote the use of e-Bikes for commuters, by studying the integration of e-Bikes without central docking stations at new office clusters.
Families will be encouraged to substitute their second car for e-Bikes in Helsinki, Finland, through a promotional campaign and real life testing.
Improved accessibility for senior and disabled residents to public areas such as hospitals and cemeteries by the usage of e-Scooters will be provided in Riga, Latvia.
Potentials for the integration of e-Ferries will be explored in Rostock, Germany, Gdansk, Poland as well as Oslo, Norway.