E-MOB (PGI06133) Interreg Europe projekt

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The Interreg Europe Programme aims at supporting the Cohesion Policy of the European Union by professional activities which contribute to the Operational Programmes and other policy instruments.

In the first three years the project partners review the developments relating to the selected sector, identifying good practices in the region and analysing the ways to contribute to the targeted policy instruments. The work carried out together will be summarized by each partner in an Action Plan, which suggests specific measures to the Managing Authorities of each policy instrument. These measures can be diverse: replication of best practices in the given region/country, offering new financial instruments, proposals for amendments of call for proposals and/or their monitoring, or encouraging the implementation of pilot projects.

The aim of E-MOB project is to improve the policy instruments related to regional passenger transport systems in order to increase the share of e-mobility through international exchange of experience and by assisting the work of IKOP IH. The project is based on two pillars which contribute to the work of the Operational Programme by sharing relevant professional information and good practices:

  • interregional exchange of experience, analysing the strengths and good practices of partner regions through study visits organized with the participation of internationally recognized experts;
  • intraregional learning and action planning, building on the experience gained from the past, involving local stakeholders (transport companies, municipalities, professional bodies, electricity suppliers and distributors, IKOP IH).

Project duration: 4 years (Phase 1 is 36 months, Phase 2 is 12 months long), 01/08/2019 to 30/07/2023.

Lead Partner:

  • Aufbauwerk Region Leipzig GmbH (DE)


  • Paksi Közlekedési Kft.
  • Amiens Métropole (FR)
  • City of Koprivnica (HR)
  • Western Macedonia University of Applied Sciences (TEIWM) (GR)
  • Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences (AT)
  • Alba LocalEnergy Agency- ALEA (RO)
  • Municipality of Cieza (ES)
  • University North (HR)

Total budget of the Project: EUR 1,535,195 EUR, of which the budget of Paksi Közlekedési Kft. amounts to EUR 120,850.

Calls for Proposals for the E-MOB Project

StatusDescriptionAnnexDate of Publication (dd.mm.yyyy)Date of Submission Deadline (dd.mm.yyyy)
EXPIREDPaksi Közlekedési Kft., as the Contracting Entity, has launched a streamlined procurement procedure under the title “Performance of Project Management Tasks in the E-MOB PGI06133 Interreg Europe Tender”. The Contracting Entity sent the invitation to tender and its annexes directly to three Tenderers. The winner of the tender procedure will perform the project management tasks related to E-MOB Project.Documentation18.01.202115.01.2021
(extended until 27.01.2021)

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Action planning of the E-MOB project – with an outlook to the eBussed project


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Marosvásárhely electric bus developments


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Stakeholder meeting of the E-MOB project – 27. June 2022.


On June 27, 2022, the new premises of Paksi Közlekedési Kft. (Paks Transport Ltd.) hosted the E-MOB stakeholder event, which was attended by nearly 30 professionals and those interested in the topic. The main developments of the E-MOB project in […]

Electric transport, renewable energy – smart network elements in the developments of the period 2021-2027


On May 11, 2022, the stakeholder and information event of the E-MOB Interreg Europe project entitled “Electric transport, renewable energy – smart network elements in the developments of the period 2021-2027” took place online. The aim of the event was […]

Last e-mobility webinar


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6th peer review


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E-MOB on Optitrans


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The municipality of Kozani PV-charging stations and EVs


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Good Practice in Interreg Europe projects


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“Nemo” the electric bus and the adaptation of its operating system


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