USER-CHI

Project name USER-CHI Innovative solutions for USER centric CHarging Infrastructure

Duration: 01/02/2020 - 31/01/2024

 

Description

The objective of the USER-CHI project is to elaborate innovative solutions adjusted to users’ demands to make electric vehicles popular. The project focuses on the following two areas: urban charging and fast/ultra fast charging infrastructure to be found along the TEN-T network. Industrial partners, research centres and also cities (Budapest, Barcelona, Berlin, Rome and Turku and two take-up-cities; Florence and Murcia) participate in the project. In Budapest, the project’s pursued task is to gain knowledge about users’ demands in relation to the development, usage and habits of the charging infrastructure. As a result of the project, mobility points equipped with an electric charging infrastructure are established (the Municipality of Budapest participates as a demonstrator city, planning a pilot intervention) and also a cooperative framework is carried out with market-based service providers.

 

Project website: https://www.userchi.eu/

Lead partner: ETRA Investigacion Y Desarrollo Sa (ETRA), Valencia

Partners: Instituto De Biomecanica De Valencia (IBV), Area Metropolitana De Barcelona (AMB), Budapest Főváros Önkormányzata (BUD), Gewobag Wohnungsbau- Aktiengesellschaft Berlin (GEW), Vmz Berlin Betreibergesellschaft Mbh (VMZ), Institut Fur Klimaschutz Energie Und Mobilitat-Recht, Ökonomie Und Politik Ev (IKEM), Eurocities Asbl (EUR), Roma Servizi Per La Mobilita Srl (RSM), Fit Consulting Srl (FIT), Agenzia Nazionale Per Le Nuove Tecnologie, L'energia E Losviluppo Economico Sostenibile (ENEA), Digital System Integrator Srl (DSI), Enel X Srl (ENEL), IPT Technology Gmbh (IPT), City Of Turku (TUR), Oy Turku Energia - Abo Energi Ab (ENER), Tvt Asunnot Oy (TVT), Varsinais-Suomen Asumisoikeus Oy (VASO), Circontrol Sa (CIR), Qwicc Gmbh (QWI), Comune Di Firenze (FLO), Ayuntamiento De Murcia (MUR), Asociacion Espanola De Normalizacion (UNE), Cities Forum Slu (CIT)

Project budget: 5 537 114 €, BKK budget in the project: 175 000 €

Grant Agreement number: 875187

Funded by: Horizon 2020

BKK's role in the project: Professional support partner of the Municipality of Budapest