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SŽ Oprema Ravne, d.o.o. has started, in common with some Slovene partners, the Chebela project in which they intend to develop and implement a type-approved prototype of an electric vehicle, which will give a new dimension to urban and suburban mobility.
The project is divided into several phases, and its deliberate objectives are as follows:
  • To develop an additional, attractive and long-term perspective programme to withdraw from the economic crisis with new products in the period 2011 - 2020
  • To develop an electric vehicle (EV) as a whole (two- to four-seat, compact, of small dimensions, environment friendly zero-emission, attractive,...), which will give a new dimension to urban and suburban mobility
  • To develop a platform for an electric car (without car body) for a free upgrade and sale on the free market
  • To develop a wheel electric aggregate with a controller for sale on the free market
  • To keep developing and productive capacities (jobs)
  • To develop a type-approved prototype in 24 months
Partners in the project:
  • Elaphe d.o.o
  • Alpra design
  • Tehnološki center Poli-Eko
  • Sistemi IN-ES d.o.o.
  • Andrej Pečjak

They invite partners in the field of tool industry, organisation of sales and service networks, who are prepared to co-invest to the prototype development and later industrialisation, sale and service, to join the project.

 From 3 March 2010 to 3 April 2010, there developed within the project an online inquiry entitled »mobility of the future« . Herein, you can see the results of the inquiry.


Using ICT for improving energy efficiency

The current state-of-the-art in information communication technology (ICT) enables the development of smart grids (i.e. active power networks). On one hand, tracking is needed for the inclusion of distributed generation from renewables into electric power networks – on the other hand it can influence transmission losses and thus energy efficiency. In order that this can be accomplished, several devices – actuators, still have to be developed. These will make the control of energy flow feasible. In order that an efficient control of the aforementioned can be accomplished, the knowledge about the systems to be controlled has to be elevated to the level, which enables us to exploit the options available through the ICT’s state-of-the-art. And by doing that we have to consider that only a coordinated employment of both the aforementioned will provide us with adequate results.

Partners in the project:

  • Univerza v Mariboru, Fakulteta za elektrotehniko, računalništvo in informatiko,
  • Univerza v Mariboru, Fakulteta za informacijske študije v Novem mestu,
  • TECES Tehnološki center za električne stroje,
  • I-VITES inštitut za visoke tehnologije in sisteme d.o.o.
The project is implemented in frame of the target research programme »Konkurenčnost Slovenije 2006 – 2013«.


eMORAIL - Integrated eMobility Service for Public Transport

eMORAIL_logo_300dpi_rgbThe project eMORAIL will develop a business model for offering users an ÖBB-ticket in combination with an e-vehicle at their residential area as well as in intermodal e-carsharing possibility at their destination. Additional services such as information, repairing, maintenance, etc. shall be realised in collaboration with the relevant municipality and offer the user high comfort and user-friendliness.

The aim of the project is the conception of an innovative, cost-efficient and environmental friendly mobility solution for commuters. They shall be enabled to do their every day mobility without owning a car.

First pilot tests will take place in two rural regions (Lower Austria and Styria) and an intermodal e-carsharing and e-bike-offer will be implemented and tested in two cities (Vienna and Graz).


REZIPE Renewable Energies for Zero Emission Transport in Europe REZIPE_Logo_RZ_small_RGB

REZIPE shows methods for reducing the emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and fine dust (PM10) by introducing zero emission vehicles (ZEV) in urban environments. The energy used in ZEV derives from renewable and clean energy sources. The vehicles are tested in pilot project implementations in six European cities. The major outcomes will be published on a platform for "zero emission from renewable energies". Various tools (transfer toolbox, case studies, implementation directory) will allow follower regions from the Central European Space to learn from the research results and the lessons learned from the pilot regions.


CEMOBIL - CO2-neutral E-mobility in European Cities to Reduce Air Pollutants (PM10, PM2.5 und NO2) and Noise Demonstrated in Klagenfurt, AustriaCEMOBIL

The project demonstrates that E-mobility does indeed work in European cities such as Klagenfurt on Lake Wörthersee and that effective and sustainable improvement in environmental quality in cities regarding air pollutants but also regarding noise is achievable without imposing undue restraints on individual mobility.
At the same time it is demonstrated that a valuable contribution is being made towards climate protection and towards meeting the Kyoto target by ensuring that the electricity required to power E vehicles comes entirely from renewable sources of energy.

All in all, 64 electric vehicles (44 passenger cars, 10 E-bikes, 10 scooters), 1 E-bus and 1 solar boat to run on the Lendkanal Canal are purchased and tested. At the same time, the necessary infrastructure is developed. 50 charging stations are erected in Klagenfurt and its surroundings by the project partner, the Land of Carinthia. Another 50 charging stations are to be provided through private initiatives (e.g. residential building cooperatives, shopping centres, etc.).

The aim of the project is to achieve a significant reduction in air pollutants and CO2 emissions in the city centre of Klagenfurt on Lake Wörthersee by increasing the share of electric cars to 10% of all new registrations. By 2015 at least 1,500 E-cars should be driving around Klagenfurt on Lake Wörthersee. The electricity is provided from renewable sources of energy in the form of eco-power vouchers. The acquisition of private E-vehicles should be encouraged by special business models.

Following benefit results from this project:

  • Improvement of the environmental situation (air pollutants and improvement of the climate)
  • Regional reduction of air pollutants (PM10, NOx,CO2) – metrological monitoring
  • Orientation of other communities and regions with Klagenfurt as a reference example
  • Production of green electricity
  • Creation of demand for E-mobility as well as the establishing of infrastructure in this area
  • The availability of E-mobiles and the clarification of the population about E-mobility
  • 100% CO2- neutrality

Project partners: 

  1. Magistrat der Landeshauptstadt Klagenfurt am Wörthersee - Projektleitung
  2. Amt der Kärntner Landesregierung
  3. Stadtwerke Klagenfurt AG
  4. Klagenfurt Marketing GmbH
  5. Fachhochschule Kärnten, Gemeinnützige Privatstiftung
  6. FGM-AMOR Forschungsgesellschaft Mobilität - Austrian Mobility Research gemeinnützige GmbH
  7. WSG Wörthersee Schifffahrt GmbH
  8. IPAK International Project Management Agency Klagenfurt
  9. IAM Institut für Technologie und alternative Mobilität

Funding programmes: LIFE+, klima: 

Project term: September 2010 - August 2015

Financing: Beside the EU-co-financing also an additional funding by klima:aktiv. 

Total costs: € 5.946.841,--
EU- co-financing: € 2.580.920,--
National co-financing: € 1.418.648,-- 

For further information please see: www.cemobil.eu or www.cemobil.at


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