Elmob- electrified mobility
|Coordinator||GÖTEBORGS KOMMUN - Trafikkontoret|
|Funding from Vinnova||SEK 500 000|
|Project duration||May 2013 - January 2014|
|Venture||Challenge-Driven Innovation – Stage 1 initiation|
Purpose and goal
The purpose of Elmob is increased mobility with electric vehicles in Gothenburg, for citizens as well as the municipal organisation. Travel services with electric vehicles will be developed from the requirements and needs in four categories. In the initial phase, a material has been produced and a partner group has been formed, with the purpose of implementation in a project with an integrated approach. A concept for semi floating vehicle pools will be developed, as well as electric bike pool enabling the possibility to test new vehicles, electric taxi and further use of electric buses.
Results and expected effects
A broad platform of partners and participants is put together for realisation of the integration project. Mapping of vehicle alternatives with different solutions for electrification techniques. A strategy for charging is set. Six common charging stations have been furnished with new payment systems. Decision about electric bike pool for transporting goods for the members of the association´Innerstaden´. Decision about electric carpool in Sisjön. In Angered, a larger electric vehicle pool for the municipality administration has been developed, will be started in spring 2014.
Approach and implementation
The partner group has met four times to follow up, cooperate and develop the solutions in the project. The project management has during the initial phase worked with workshops and meetings with different stakeholders, to identify driving forces and obstacles for increased mobility, possible travel services for different target groups and important partners for the implementation phase. At the same time as the creation of the project organisation, a couple of studies have been made. Decision of small scale projects has been taken. Which will be an important part further in the project.