ECOmeet - the largest ecological vehicles meeting, taking place in the center of Ljubljana, Slovenia, featuring the widest multitude, thousands of visitors, technological and non-technological opportunities for sustainable transport. ECOmeet is a partnership project between the Auto Club GaS Tuning Team, the Elaphe company and the City of Ljubljana, which has been joining the European Mobility Week since 2012 every year
@STEVEprojectLEV will be at the @Future Mobility Week at Turin on October 4th in the afternoon with a two hour workshop and a stand.
For more information on the programme please please follow the link:
October 3, 2018. Presentation Steve Project in Calvia
Today is the STEVE Project LEV presentation day in Calvià with AnySolution, Tecnalia, Universitat de les Illes Balears and Ajuntament de Calvià
September 25, 2018. E-Mobile Ralley Wave Trophy 2018
On September 25, some of our partners Infineon Technologies Austria AG, Villach City, Sycube Verleihsysteme and Carinthia University of Applied Sciences presented the STEVE Project LEV at the E-mobileRalley Wave trophy event in Villach Austria. Here are some of the photos from the event.
Setember 23, 2018 European Mobility Week Calvia 2018
Our Spanish partners Ajuntament de Calvià and AnySolution organising activities in the frame of the European Mobility Week 2018
Steve Project Meeting, June 11, 2018. Tourino (Italy)
Second partner’s meeting in Torino! Very fruitful meeting to generate awareness on light electric vehicles and improve smart mobility in urban areas. The 4 Demo cities have participated: Torino, Calvia, Villach and Venaria
STEVE project KOM. November 14, 2017
The Kick-off meeting for the STEVE Project (Smart-Taylored L-category Electric Vehicle demonstration in hEtherogeneous urbanuse-cases) was held last November 14 in Villach (Austria).
This ambitious Project, lead by Infineon consists of twenty-one partners from seven different countries and its goa lis to show the importance of the integration of light electric vehicles into the urban transport system. STEVE’s main idea is to implement and test a “human-centric” approach towards electro-Mobility-as-a-Service (eMaas).
The project’s main task will be the implementation of four pilot projects in the cities of Torino (Italy), Villach (Austria), Calvià (Spain) and Venaria (Italy). The STEVE Project will generate enough data to design the next generation of light electric vehicles and it will lead to society becoming more aware of the importance of this product’s entry into the market