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Sectors: Energy, Industry, Information, Innovation

Beneficiaries: Local and Regional authorities

Regions: European Union

Category: Call for Proposals

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Funds for: Collect and make available data related to the location of the charging and fuelling infrastructure 
Main beneficiaries: Member States

Other topics: for Alternative Fuels
Other beneficiaries: relevant bodies designated under Member States’ authority

Responsible: European Commission

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Funds for: Collect and make available data related to the location of the charging and fuelling infrastructure for Alternative Fuels and a process to set-up an effective, EU-wide coordination mechanism to assign unique identification codes to Charging Point Operators and e-mobility service providers
Main beneficiaries: Member States/or relevant bodies designated under their authority

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Objectives
– To develop an approach to set up e-mobility Identification Codes (thereafter the e-mobility ID codes) for Charging Point Operators and e-mobility service providers and collect the codes already in use;
– To develop an approach and implement “a common ID registration repository” for exchanging information on these e-mobility ID codes across the Member States and for cross-referencing the assignment of new unique ID codes;
– To compulsory, gather missing data and ensure that all data of infrastructure for electricity and hydrogen are made available through the National Access Points, which are defined in the Directive 2010/40/EU on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS Directive) and the Commission Delegated Regulations in the format specified therein;
– Optional, gather missing data for compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and high blended bio fuels and ensure that all data are made available through the National Access Points, which are defined in the Directive 2010/40/EU on Intelligent Transport Systems and the Commission Delegated Regulations in the format specified therein;
– To set out a strategy to ensure that the activities described above (collection of data on location/availability of alternative fuels infrastructure and ensuring unique e-mobility codes) can continue beyond the time-period of this PSA

Priorities
– To support better consumer awareness and buy-in to the use of alternative fuels through better information about the location/ availability of alternative fuel infrastructure;
– To support a structured market development by helping to develop an EU-wide approach for the assignments of ID codes to e-mobility actors
 
Among financed actions
– Coordination of ID registrations of e-mobility actors;
– Data collection & data availability related to Alternative Fuels Infrastructure;
– Dissemination of knowledge, set-up of technical solutions and best practices- Coordination