Towards zero emission road transport (2Zero): a partnership to achieve carbon-neutrality in road transport by 2050
EGVI-funded project COLHD reveals recommendations to reduce GHG emissions from HDVs and advance alternative fuels market
ERTRAC EGVIA Visit to the Baltic States – a seminar dedicated to road transport research opportunities at European level!
EGVIA Workshop EVs and their integration into the grid. State of play and challenges – 20.06.2018 – Brussels
“Factories of the Future for Automotive” – Insights to results from key European projects to be exploited in the Automotive Industry
OVERVIEW – 1st European conference (with the support of the EC) Results from road transport research in H2020 projects November 29 – 30, 2017
Outcomes of the ERTRAC-EGVIA 1st European Conference on results from road transport research projects in H2020 (#H2020RTR)
Are you a project manager of a EU H2020 funded research? Do you want to increase your project visibility?
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While decarbonisation of the European transport sector remains a challenge for the upcoming years, EGVIA (European Green Vehicles Initiative Association) and HE (Hydrogen Europe Association) signed a common paper aiming at clarifying the complementarities and specific nature of the technological areas covered by the two technologies.
The 3rd edition of the document is extending the outlook until 2030, such that it can serve as an input for the strategic discussion about the next Framework Programme.
TRA VISIONS 2018 invites Young and Senior researchers from all over Europe to submit innovative transport concepts.
The European-funded competition TRA VISIONS 2018 has started its ideation phase. Young and senior researchers throughout Europe are invited to submit innovative concepts on future transport matters until the end of October 2017 in order to enhance efficient and sustainable transport and mobility of people and goods.
New Research & Innovation Roadmap Smart Networks for Energy Transition: 2.5 billion euros investment in R&I over next 10 years to help manage Europe’s Energy Transition
Joint EC & EGVIA workshop for advanced automotive batteries research – European projects’ contributions to the key user requirements
On October 12th, the European Commission and EGVIA (European Green Vehicles Initiative Association) organised a joint workshop for advanced automotive batteries research – European projects’ contributions to the key user requirements.
On 20th April - in the framework of TRA 2016 - EGVIA organised a successful workshop to present the main findings of the impact assessment of the European Green Cars Inititiative.
TRA2016 Declaration – Looking forward to TRA2018: “A Digital Era for Transport – New Solutions for Society, Economy and Environment”
Download the final press release from TRA2016.
Launched at the peak of the financial crisis, in 2008, the European Green Cars Initiative has funded 113 collaborative R&I projects in various areas such as batteries ageing and energy density, safety improvement, lightweight vehicles, energy efficient long-distance transport …
The European Commission will award €1.5 million for the best technology retrofitting existing diesel engines without increasing fuel consumption; and €3.5 million for a fully innovative conventional fuel engine and powertrain technology for future vehicles. The expected impact is to reduce emissions of pollutants under real driving conditions to the lowest level possible while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
EGVIA has nominated a new Chairman: Stephan Neugebauer, from the BMW group. Dr Neugebauer has been elected during the last EGVIA General Assembly meeting on 23rd October.
The registration to the TRA - Transport Research Arena 2016 is now open.
TRA is the most important transport research event in Europe, gathering every 2 years the key stakeholders: researchers, experts, operators, industry and policy-makers. The 2016 edition will take place in Warsaw, Poland from 18th to 21st April2016.
Early birds are available until 15th February 2016.
The EGVI Call and the Transport Work Programme 2016-2017 were officialy published by the European Commission on Wednesday 14th October.
On July 16th, the Joint Research Center and EGVIA signed a Collaboration Agreement on battery testing.
This edited volume presents research results of the PPP European Green Vehicle Initiative (EGVI), focusing on electric vehicle batteries.
A book presenting the proceedings of the EGVI PPP Workshop on 'Electric Vehicle Batteries: Moving from Research towards Innovation' has been published.
Jean-Luc di Paola-Galloni (Valeo) was nominated Acting Chairman by the General Assembly of EGVIA. He succeeds Wolfgang Steiger (Volkswagen) who retired on 1st October after serving for many years as Chairman of the EGCI / EGVI PPP and EGVIA.
On the same occasion, the General Assembly endorsed three new members - Daimler Trucks, the University of Bologna, and the University of Warwick - bringing the EGVIA membership to 78 members. To see the full list of members, click here.
We wish them a fruitful collaboration within EGVIA, and express many thanks to Wolfgang Steiger for his dedicated work in initiating and guiding the EGCI / EGVI PPP and EGVIA over the past six years.
An Information Day on the Green Vehicles Initiative and other research PPPs was organised by the European Commission on 21 October 2014, in Brussels. The aim of this event was to give the research community an overview of ongoing activities in Horizon 2020, and to support the preparation of proposals for the 2015 calls.
A specific session dedicated to the Green Vehicles Initiative took place in the afternoon and was followed by a brokerage and networking event, supported by the European Green Vehicles Initiative Association.
The video of the event and the slides presented during the sessions are available for consultation.
The EGVI Expert Workshop on ‘Testing of Electric Vehicle Performance and Safety’ was organised on Thursday 3 July 2014, in Brussels.
More information about this event is available on the following webpage.
An EGVI expert workshop dedicated to the topic of 'Testing of Electric Vehicle Performance and Safety' will be held in Brussels on 3 July 2014. All experts of the stakeholder community of the European Green Vehicles Initiative are invited to propose a poster on testing activities related to the topic of the workshop.
TRA 2014 brought together almost 3,000 participants from Europe and beyond, and from various backgrounds, around the theme «Transport Solutions: From Research to Deployment».
This two-year project started on September 2013. It involves partners from Belgium, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, Luxembourg, Spain and Romania. And include European associations, industrial and academic partners. This project is funded by the European Commission (DG CONNECT - Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology). Interested European SME or SME clusters willing to become part of the e-mobility SME community are welcome to register for the newsletter on the project website. There are also possibilities to join the project as an associated member.
The new EV City Casebook seeks nominations for 50 BIG Ideas that will shape the future of electric mobility. It aims at highlighting examples of transformative policies, technologies, projects and business models.
A European Green Vehicles Initiative expert workshop dedicated to the topic of 'post lithium ion batteries for electric automotive applications' was held in Brussels on 21 January 2014, with the objective to discuss the current state of European and national research activities in the domain, and identify the needs and challenges to be addressed in future European research and innovation projects in the framework of Horizon 2020.
The Information Days of the Research PPPs on Green Vehicles, Factories of the Future, Energy-efficient Buildings and Sustainable Process Industry were hold in Brussels on Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 December 2013.
The European Green Vehicles Initiative contractual public private partnership was launched on Tuesday 17 December, with the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding between Mr. Wolfgang Steiger, representing EGVIA, and Mrs. Maire Geoghegan-Quinn, EU Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science.
The EGVI Call and the Transport Work Programme 2014-2015 were officialy published by the European Commission on Wednesday 11 December.