On is one of ELVITEN’s stakeholders.

The ELVITEN (Electrified L-category Vehicles Integrated into Transport and Electricity Networks) project recognizes the future of urban mobility in the spread of electric vehicles (EL-V): financed by the European Horizon 2020 program for Research and Innovation, aims to demonstrate how light electric vehicles (EL-V) can be successfully integrated into urban areas, increasing their attractiveness for users who will experience the benefits. Six European cities involved in the demonstration phase (Bari, Berlin, Genoa, Malaga, Rome, Trikala) , each with a characteristic EL-V fleet and specific infrastructures, mobility problems, and policies.

Started in 2017, ELVITEN addresses the critical issues and obstacles that stand in the way of the full adoption of electric vehicles for the movement of occasional and commuter travelers and delivery service operators in the urban area. The project experiments solutions capable of encouraging the use of electric vehicles, both owned and shared.

Targets:
demonstrate the benefits of using electric vehicles in the six European cities;
integrate existing charging stations into a wide and open platform for users;
encourage the use of light electric vehicles for occasional and systematic urban travel through easy-to-access tools;
analyze travel and user data in order to make recommendations available to public authorities in other European cities.

Detailed information on ELVITEN is available on the official website