SEEV4-City Policy Recommendations

Sabina Asanova, Claudia Ribeiro, Richard Kotter, Ghanim Putrus, Jayson Dong

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These policy recommendations were developed based on experiences and lessons from the Smart, clean Energy and Electric Vehicles (EVs) for the City (SEEV4-City) project. The SEEV4-City project, funded by the EU’s Interreg North Sea Region (NSR) Programme, aimed to demonstrate integrated electric mobility solutions with renewable energy in a local and central electricity grid decarbonisation context, and encourage their uptake at local, national and transnational levels. The policy recommendations were developed in consultation with relevant public and private stakeholders, including but not limited to those involved in the six Operational Pilots across four NSR countries implementing combinations of Smart Charging and V2X technology at different scales and levels.
SEEV4-City identified the need for a policy framework that combines largely disconnected planning and policy domains, processes and tools across energy, climate change mitigation and transport/mobility. The SEEV4-City partners, include the Operational Pilot’s local and regional public authorities, universities and non-for-profit consultancy organisations as well as Europe-wide networks in electromobility and representative of cities and regions implementing innovative transport solutions. These partners worked through the current status of planning framework/guidance and plans to identify progress made already and still needed at different levels for the effective integration of the domains of mobility, energy and climate change mitigation.
The SEEV4-City project has accordingly developed, and verified with stakeholders through a Webinar in June 2020, a set of policy recommendations at different levels (European/EU, national, local and regional) and for different actors identified in this document.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2020


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