Increased capacities to implement policies on regional/urban planning of electric transport infrastructures/services through transnational cooperation:


EnerNETMob aims to reach the maturity and the transnational coordination of investments planning in multimodal, environmental-friendly and low carbon transport and mobility infrastructures and services to be funded by ESI Funds. National/Regional Authorities will coordinate their policies and regulations to develop and implement Sustainable Electromobility Plans within the framework of a shared transnational low carbon strategy. The direct benefit will be to overcome transnational restrictions by integrating electromobility infrastructures in existing intermodal terminals (as airports, ports, railway stations, etc.).


Increased transnational cooperation through the integration of the national/regional “Small-Scale Infrastructure Networks” in the MED area:


The project intends to increase the options of implementing multimodal and low carbon transport plans through electromobility infrastructures and services by creating a Mediterranean “Interregional Electromobility Network”, interconnecting local networks. This electromobility network will be transnational and modular in order to overcome interurban distances and spatial restriction by installing/extending charging infrastructures within a medium-range distance so as a BEV to be able to cover longer distances by using several electric fuel stations along its trip. EnerNETMob transnational cooperation actions will enhance competencies/skills of public-private stakeholders and National/Regional Authorities in order to transfer regulations and policies to local level and to develop and implement sustainable plans including low carbon transport and multimodal connection soft actions.


Enhanced knowledge on electromobility infrastructures design by using same technical standards and integrated protocols for all MED regions:


EnerNETMob will reinforce the harmonization of electromobility infrastructures, ICT tools and management infrastructures and the development of common understanding for intermodal and electric transport infrastructures and services in the MED area. The National/Regional/Local Authorities will adopt and share electromobility standards and integrated protocols at transnational level. The direct benefit of using shared standards and guidelines will be to overcome interregional and transnational restrictions by using common and integrated communication protocols of charging operations, so that BEVs can cross over to different EU States by using common charging standards and EVSEs. This knowledge will be adapted by National and regional authorities with competencies to implement plans and transfer regulations and policies to Municipalities and local Institutions for the implementation of further urban plans.