Final Event for the European project Unplugged26 March 2015
CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain
The Unplugged project will celebrate its final event with a workshop and live demonstration on inductive charging for electric vehicles. The European project Unplugged – Inductive Charging for Electric Vehicles -, has organized its final event next 26th of March in Zaragoza, Spain.
The Unplugged project aims to investigate how the use of inductive charging of Electric Vehicles (EV) in urban environments improves the convenience and sustainability of car-based mobility. In particular, it has investigated how smart inductive charging infrastructure can facilitate full EV integration in the urban road systems while improving customer acceptance and perceived practicality. Unplugged has examined in detail the technical feasibility, practical issues, interoperability, user perception and socio-economic impacts of inductive charging.
During the event the partners will present the project results, among which there is the construction of an inductive charging station, that will be demonstrated on live. In addition, two parallel sessions have been organized, where stakeholders will be able to discuss about inductive charging and the challenge and opportunities of the electro mobility sector.
The workshop will be held at CIRCE’s headquarters, one of the project partners. The event is free of charge, although registration is required due to limited seats.
The detailed agenda as well as registrations can be found here.