Welcome to the first issue of our eHUBS newsletter!
The EU project eHUBS, co-funded by European Commission’s Interreg North-West Europe Programme, aims at increasing the uptake of shared electric mobility solutions by end-users, through the deployment and promotion of e-Mobility hubs in seven European pilot cities.
e-Mobility hubs, shortly eHUBS, are on-street locations where citizens can choose from different sustainable electric transport options for shared use. eHUBS bring together e-bikes, e-cargo bikes, e-scooters and/or e-cars, offering the user a wide range of options to choose from, based on his or her needs at a given moment.
In this newsletter, you will get introduced to our project and read about one of the six eHUBS pilot cities regions: in this first issue, we present the coordinator of the eHUBS project, the City of Amsterdam. You will also learn about the opportunities to contribute to the success of eHUBS and you will have an insight into the activities of the consortium.
We wish you a pleasant reading!