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Share your city information, strategies, needs and requirements on renewable energy production and recharging infrastructure for electric vehicles.

SEEV4-City, in cooperation with Interreg project CleanMobilEnergy, launched in December 2019 an online survey aimed to analyse the policy context in different EU cities and regions and develop a European Framework for policies related to EMS/EVs/recharging infrastructure.

Results form the survey will help to formulate a set of recommendations for local authorities and EU institutions covering areas including:

  • governance,
  • national/local energy policies,
  • required key figures to change future policies,
  • a roadmap for integration of energy and transport strategies at the local level.

Please fill in the survey here by January, 31, 2020.

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