EVcc - Electric vehicle competence and experience centre

Project ID
Project title

Electric vehicle competence and experience centre

Project manager, contact details
Balázs Borkovits, borkovits.balazs@pte.hu
Academic supervisor, contact details
Balázs Borkovits, borkovits.balazs@pte.hu
Total project budget
218.975 EUR
Total budget of UP
37.471 EUR (85% EU contribution, 15% National contribution)
Project start date
Project submission date
Lead Partner
City of Koprivnica (HR)
Partner Organisations
Regional Energy Agency North (HR), Municipality of Baranya County Council (HU), University of Pécs (HU)

General description

The overall objective of the project was to increase the capacity of Koprivnica and Pecs communities to develop and conduct electromobility measures in order to ease their implementation. This process was supported by Regional Energy Agency North that possess the necessary technical capacities in order to conduct such activities. The specific objectives were the following:
1.) Increase the capacity of the expert personnel of beneficiaries, the technical experts, spatial planers and other experts. Two employees from each partner took part in the learning process.
2.) Increase the awareness of sustainable mobility options- particularly electromobility - among the woder public in order to speed up the introduction process.
3.) Develop a joint document on electromobility, which is available for any other interested stakeholders as well.
4.) Set up of informal competence and experience centres to spread the acquired knowledge. In total two EV competence and experience centres will be developed, one in each country. The EV competence and experience centres will be responsible for the organisation of info days and workshops for experts.
5.) Purchase of two electric vehicles and  charging stations. The vehicles and the infrastructure was used for demonstration activities at 12 info days (6 in Hungary and 6 in Croatia).
6.) Set up a joint team of experts that  consists of the representatives of each partner. One joint expert team was established, in total 8 experts, 2 from each organisation.

This project has been implemented with the financial assistance of the European Union within the Hungary-Croatia Interreg V-A Co-operation Programme.