Electro-mobility can make transport cleaner and cheaper

But to move more people and goods using electricity, we need EU policies, programmes and initiatives that support synergies between the transport and energy sectors.

This platform unites organisations from across civil society, industries, and transport modes. Its members are committed to promote electro-mobility and strive to collectively develop solutions to electrify European transport, and to promote those solutions to the EU institutions and Member States.


News & Events

6th E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium

Supported by the Platform for electromobility, the purpose of the E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium is to discuss the challenges that arise with increased power demand due to electric vehicle charging.

Press release: New consumer study shows that the EV transition is inevitable

The study, which surveyed 14,000 new car buyers across Europe shows that consumers are ready to move to electric.

Launch event: “Are consumers ready for electric vehicles?”

The study undertaken by Element Energy and the Platform for electromobility is the largest consumer choice study ever conducted in the mobility sector and aimed to understand consumer preferences in the mobility transitions and how these could change in the future. This event will launch the public presentation of the results.

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Publications

EV Charging: how to tap in the grid smartly?

The need for flexibility services for a sustainable deployment of electromobility and how to enhance them in the EU climate package

Ou response to the consultation on the Transeuropean Network of Transport (TEN-T)

The Platform for electromobility welcomes the EC proposal for a revision of the TEN-T as a necessary instrument to make transport modes more sustainable by setting firm incentives and requirements for transport infrastructure development.

Reaction Paper to the new Article 12 “Infrastructure for sustainable mobility” (EPBD)

The Platform for electromobility fully supports the revision of the EPBD presented in December 2021, as it is the main EU legislation for addressing private charging.

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