TALLINN - Launched in January was a project by the name of INCIT-EV, coordinated by Renauld and funded by the EU Commission as part of the Horizon 2020 program, in which Estonia is also one of the participants.
The project aims to test various options for charging electric cars in urban environments, thereby encouraging the use of electric vehicles. Altogether seven innovative charging technologies will be tested in select locations in Europe.
INCIT-EV will run from January 2020 through December 2023 and consist of two main phases. As part of...
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