European EnerNetMob project: Capenergies rolls out a promising new experiment in e-mobility for urban logistics in Marseille
Four months after launching the experiment, the Capenergies competitiveness cluster is ready to announce the preliminary results of the EnerNetMob demonstrator set up onsite at the Arnavaux MIN wholesale fruit and vegetable market in Marseille. This pilot charging station supplied by a PV shading device was used to charge a refrigerated truck, which reduced CO2 emissions by 1.6 tonnes between September and December 2021.
Funded under the European Commission’s Interreg MED programme, the EnerNetMob project sets out to develop a network of charging stations across Europe to promote e-mobility and transnational cooperation. On 8 April 2023, the project partners will be hosting a final conference in Marseille to announce the results of the 13 experiments carried out in 12 different countries.
A demonstrator designed to resolve the environmental issues affecting last-mile logistics