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The 7 Use Cases address slow and superfast bidirectional charging while providing ancillary services to the power grid and innovative dynamic and static wireless charging for urban and highway roads.

INCIT-EV PROJECT: Innovative electric charging solutions to be tested in Europe

Groupe Renault announces the official launch of the INCIT-EV project, in collaboration with 32 partners in Europe. This project aims to promote electromobility via user-centric experiments of innovating charging technologies for electric vehicles.

INCIT-EV Objectives

INCIT-EV aims to demonstrate, at five demonstration environments including TENT-T corridors, an innovative set of charging infrastructures, technologies and its associated business models, ready to improve the EV users experience by considering both their conscious and unconscious preferences in their design, with the ultimate goal of fostering the EV market share in the EU.

INCIT-EV Partners

Do you know that the INCIT-EV consortium is composed by 33 partners from 9 countries. Find all the partners and its roles in the project under the Partners section.

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Large demonstratIoN user CentrIc urban and long-range charging solutions to boosT an engaging deployment of Electric Vehicles in Europe

INCIT-EV project aims to demonstrate an innovative set of charging infrastructures, technologies and its associated business models, ready to improve the EV users experience. The project will last 4 years with the evolution of differentiated phases.

5 demo environments at urban, peri-urban and extra-urban conditions will be ready for the deployment of 7 use cases.

The 7 Use Cases address slow and superfast bidirectional charging while providing ancillary services to the power grid and innovative dynamic and static wireless charging for urban and highway roads.

The consortium of the project is coordinated by Renault Group counts with 33 partners, including 3 OEMs, 6 charging technology providers and 5 public authorities, 6 RTOs, 2 ICT companies, 2 road infrastructures companies, 4 DSOs, 2 TSOs, 2 SMEs with expertise in user behaviour and e-mobility exploitation, a car sharing services SME and a EV users association.

The overall project budget is 18,6 M€ with a EU contribution of 15 M€ and in total, the project will mobilise directly an investment on the use cases of 8.87 M€.

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