The achieved milestone of the project consists of the development of
The Guidelines to develop Sustainable Electro-Mobility Plans, the Best Available Technologies, and the Technical standards have been delivered by the partnership and are utilized by the pilot partners to design their infrastructures and ICT by using the same communication protocols and technical standards.
This Guidelines are drafted on the basis of the Directive 2014/94/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on the Deployment of Alternative Fuels Infrastructures (DAFI), that establishes a common framework of measures for the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure in the European Union in order to minimize dependence on oil and to mitigate the environmental impact of transport. Moreover, the guidelines are considering also the recommendations reported in the Communication COM(2013) 913 of European Commission as well as the ELTIS Guidelines for the drafting of “Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans”. According to Directive 2014/94/EU and according to mobility EU policies, the Guidelines set out the common contents, procedures and key indicators to analyze the local state-of-art on Electromobility implementation and to draft Sustainable Electro-Mobility Plans.
These guidelines represent a set of useful documents for policy-makers to draft and implement sustainable electro-mobility plans among Mediterranean areas. The common guidelines and models for sustainable electric transport planning aim to adopt shared strategies and plans, which will be implemented by project partners at local level within the pilot actions