The eHUBS project kicked off its activities at a two-days partner meeting that took place on the 10th and 11th of April in Lille in the context of the Seminar for Approved Projects organised by INTERREG NWE Europe.
At the project meeting, partners discussed about the challenges, the objectives and the expected outcomes of the project.
eHUBS draws on a wide wide range of multidisciplinary expertise. Its 15-partners consortium is composed of European cities, international organisations, shared e-mobility providers, and universities. The project is led by the City of Amsterdam and will run until 2021
All partners expressed their enthusiasm about the project and its ambition to develop new tools and concepts.