Electrivillage - Test and demosite Mariestad

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Coordinator MARIESTADS KOMMUN - STADSHUS
Funding from Vinnova SEK 300 000
Project duration December 2016 - February 2017
Status Completed
Venture Verklighetslabb

Purpose and goal

OBJECTIVE To set up a national reality lab based on the needs and conditions of a medium sized city, for test and demo of sustainable land based and maritime transport solutions, as well as automation via electric roads. AIM Live up to national climate ambitions on fossil independence 2030 and obtain industrial renewal. The aim is also to show how a large number of parties can develop a common role model system solution for a reality lab. The exchange of experiences need to be made internationally relevant and focussed on generalizable knowledge.

Expected results and effects

Verification f commercial industries: - Full electric vehicles: buses, distribution cars, boats - Optimized charging systems: Swedish electric roads, dynamic charging - System f production, storage & distribution of sun and hydrogen - Business models, payment solutions Effects: 1) Organisational management, organisation, obstacles 2) Technical combination of vehicles, systems, charging infrastructure 3) Behaviour qualitative/quantitative 4) Environment measurement methods. Co-operation UNESCO Biosphere 5) Financial innovation procurement, business models

Planned approach and implementation

Organisation of Test- and demonstration site Mariestad incl. value chain of actors: 1) Fundamental political decisions to support industrial renewal made 2) Unconventional steering group (politicians + civil cervants) foundated 3) Project platform = Test- & demonstration site Maristad 4) Three subprojects identified: ElectriVillage, System solutions f energy, Logistic hub 5) Project Manager and sub project Managers identified 6) Detaild planning schedule agreed 7) All parties of the value chain comitted

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Last updated 25 November 2019

Reference number 2016-04963

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