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last peer review for E-MOB project

The last peer review within the E-MOB project was held on June 27. in Leipzig. During the peer review, the participants were introduced to Sustainable Mobility in Leipzig by Christoph von Radowitz, an expert in sustainable mobility.
After a short lecture, the participants set off on the E-Bus Route 89 to Connewitz Kreuz. It is a test line of the electric bus, which passes through the very center of the city, i.e. the pedestrian zone.
At the end of the peer review, the participants received Input on Mobility Stations and E-Sharing station for Buses.


6th partner meeting in Leipzig

Representatives of the University of the North participated in the partner meeting in Leipzig, which took place from June 27, 2022, until June 28, 2022. This was the first contact meeting of the partners after the meeting in Kozani, Greece in February 2020. The meeting discussed the project activities in the last semester as well as the next phase of the project, which is related to the implementation of the developed policies for the promotion of electromobility.


5th partner meeting

The fifth partner meeting was held on January 26, 2022. online. Partners discuss the progress of the project so far in terms of peer review and communication. In addition, action plans to be developed were discussed at the meeting as well as the methodology of making action plans. The content of the leaflets, which were decided to be in digital form, was also discussed at the partner meeting, so it is to be expected that they will be published soon.

3rd partner meeting online

The partner meeting for the 3rd semester was held online on 19.01.2021. During the partner meeting, partners present the current state regarding the peer rewievs. Partners conclude that pandemic of coronavirus has a significant impact on the peer reviews because experts could not see best practice on-site as well as all interested parties. According to that, partners conclude that the creation of a short video is in this moment a good approach to present good practice and to present a partner who is the host of peer rewiev

4th partner meeting online

Another partner meeting was held on the E-MOB project. The partner meeting was held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic and was attended by representatives of all partners involved in the project. At the partner meeting, the situation related to the project was discussed, progress in communication activities was presented, experiences related to holding peer reviews were shared, as well as talks on organizing contact partner meetings, ie contact peer reviews. All partners agreed that contact meetings have significantly more advantages and opportunities for cooperation in project development compared to online meetings. However, contact rallies are determined primarily by the current and future situation related to the pandemic.

2nd partner meeting on MS Teams

The second partner's meeting was held for the first time in the project online through the Microsoft Teams application. The meeting was attended by all partners involved in the project, and the meeting presented the current achievements related to meeting the outcomes defined by the project.
At the meeting, the Lead Partner presented the current accomplishments and remaining outcomes that need to be met in the upcoming third semester. all outcomes in the first and second semesters are also explained. Besides, an overview of upcoming peer reviews is given.

6th peer review

6th peer review was held in Koprivnica via an online platform during the COVID-19 pandemic. During peer review, Koprivnica presents examples of electromobility infrastructure that is implemented in the city. The city of Koprivnica and the Regional energy agency North have developed and installed a system of charging stations mounted on the street light poles in Koprivnica.
Peer review started at 9:00 with a Welcome and short introduction. After that, measures for promoting e-mobility in small and mid-sized cities are presented as well as plans for charging infrastructure in small and mid-sized cities form a public authority perspective. Peer review ended at 12:15 PM.

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