The Green eMotion eMobility app powered by Bosch is helping members of many electromobility networks when stopping off to charge their electric vehicles. The Green eMotion project builds on the results of numerous national and European electromobility projects and combines them into one international initiative. As a demonstration project, Green eMotion shows how electromobility can function across Europe, thus helping to prepare the mass market for electric vehicles.
The Green eMotion eMobility app powered by Bosch lets you enjoy mobility by showing you the status of all charge spots operated by your network – which means you can travel further in your electric vehicle. And if you happen to forget your charging card, you can use the eMobility app to start the charging process.
Convenient overview: The Green eMotion eMobility app powered by Bosch provides you with a summary of all your charging events – with information on charge spot location, duration of charge, and how much energy you charged.
The Green eMotion eMobility app powered by Bosch supports drivers within the demonstration regions of the project. Not all regions support all services but more and more services will be supported as the projects develops. The demonstration regions are located in:
- Copenhagen, Bornholm, Malmö in Denmark and Sweden
- Dublin, Cork in Irland
- Berlin in Germany
- Strasbourg, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart in France and Germany
- Malaga, Barcelona, Madrid, Guipúzcoa in Spain
- Rome, Pisa in Italy
- Budapest in Hungary
- Kozani in Greece
Register here for trial access to the network. Membership is a prerequisite for using a given network’s charging infrastructure:
The Green eMotion eMobility app powered by Bosch is part of the development within the Green eMotion Project. The Green eMotion project is part of the European Green Cars Initiative (EGCI) that was launched within the context of the European Recovery Plan. It supports the achievement of the EU’s ambitious climate goals, such as the reduction of CO2 emissions by 60 percent by the year 2050. EGCI supports the research and development of road transport solutions that have the potential to achieve sustainable as well as groundbreaking results in the use of renewable and non-polluting energy sources.
The Green eMotion project was officially launched by Siim Kallas, Vice President of the European Commission, at a high-level kick-off meeting in Bruxelles on 31 March 31 2011. Within four years, it will be working to prepare the foundation for the mass deployment of Europe-wide electromobility. The project has a total budget of €42 million and will be funded by the European Commission with €24 million.