CAR- Creating Automotive Renewal

Project title
CAR- Creating Automotive Renewal
Project description
Only a small percentage of cars use fossil-free fuels. Prices of fossil-free cars are high, infrastructures are not fully developed. Systems are not prepared for large-scale use. „In response to the Paris Treaty for climate protection to further reduce emissions in the EU, the Federal Assembly of Germany in its communication of October 2016 recommended to ban all new registrations of gasoline cars by 2030.“ Efforts need to focus on implementing renewable fuel systems. Systems in neighboring countries need to be harmonized to facilitate cross-border travel. A number of questions remain:
  • Which fuels and technologies to focus on?
  • How to structure charging or fuelling infrastructure in order to ensure cost effectiveness and free mobility?
  • How to inform citizens about opportunities and challenges?
  • How to build knowledge about the transformation challenge, necessary speed and financing needs.
Companies and public organizations need to grasp the consequences of the decision. Neighbouring countries can take advantage of Germany’s initiative, learn, and speed up the expansion of their fossil-free vehicle fleets.

Charging and fuelling infrastructure will need to be expanded in order to accommodate large numbers of vehicles and different services need to be launched to facilitate transformation A lot of work remains. Fossil-free transportation has to become visible, attractive and competitive to ordinary car users. Projects with a goal of implementing new systems on a large scale will have to be initiated. This seed money application aims at building such a project. Seed funding is needed in order to build awareness among a number of organizations in the South Baltic Region of the magnitude of the challenge and the need to organize large-scale activities.
Project total eligible budget
40 000,00
ERDF
31 600,00
Project start date
01 Mar 2017
Project end date
30 Jun 2017
Lead partner
Name: Industrial Development Centre South
Contact person: Mats Larsson
Address: Anckargripsgatan 3, 21119 Malmö
Region/Subregion: Skane län
Country: Sweden
E-mail:  mats.larsson@iucsyd.se
Project partner
Name: PVA-MV AG
Contact person: Björn Hackbarth
Address: Gerhart-Hauptmann-Strasse 23, 18055 Rostock
Region/Subregion: Landkreis Rostock
Country: Germany

Name: Municipality of Bastad
Contact person: Patrik Johansson
Address: Vangavägen 2 , 269 80 Bastad
Region/Subregion: Skane län
Country: Sweden

Name: Foundation of Energy Saving
Contact person: Grażyna Filipczuk-Szester
Address: Narutowicza 11/12, 80-233 Gdańsk
Region/Subregion: Gdański
Country: Poland