PELMOB

Study Visit at Technical University of Vienna was held on 02-04 April 2024

A three-day study visit and meeting took place between 02.04.2024 and 04.04.2024 at the Technical University of Vienna – TU WIEN – within the framework of the Erasmus+ Capacity Building for Higher Education (https://bgk.uni-obuda.hu/pelmob/). The main purpose of the training is to discuss electro mobility in the EU and derive lessons learned, to share teaching methodology, learning methods, courses, and best practices with participation institutions. In addition, this meeting is used to discuss all relevant administrative issues related to the PELMOB project.

The event was opened by Prof. Dr. Reinhard Haas, head of the Energy Economics Group at the TU WIEN, and Prof. Dr. Nebojsa Arsic, the rector of the University of Pristina in Kosovska Mitrovica, the professional leader of the PELMOB project. They have expressed their great pleasure in close long-term cooperation between their institutions as well as with other project partners in this as well as also some previous successfully compleated international projects.

The series of professional lectures began with Prof. Dr. Amela Ajanovic, which is the professional leader of the project on behalf of the TU WIEN. In her presentation, she presented development and current situation with the electro mobility in the EU. In her presentation, Prof. Ajanovic discussed major challenges and benefits related to the deployment of e-mobility and development of the necessary infrastructure.

For the second day of the training, a visit was organized to the Automotive Technology Development Center of the Bosch Budapest Innovation Campus. The Bosch Budapest Innovation Campus plays a decisive role in the development of electromobility and automated driving solutions. During the visit, a presentation was given on the testing phases of electric drives, after which we were able to gain an insight into the work of a laboratory presenting physical tests.

In addition to this, Prof. Dr. Reinhard Haas, provided compressive presentation on the role of renewable energy in the European and Austrian electricity system, since the use of renewable electricity is essential for the achievement of the full environmental benefits of electric vehicles.

On the second day of the meeting, we have had a presentation from the Paul Gredler, business sector representative, from WIEN ENERGIE. He presented project e-taxi in Vienna. Also, one excursion to the one e-taxi point was organized for all participants. There was also possibility to see charging points at the TU Wien, Gusshaus Campus.

Moreover, the Inter-Project Coaching Meeting was organized, and all project partners have had opportunity to present own experience from different research projects as well as to learn from the experience of the other project partners.
During the Study visit the ithe third meetings of Steering Committee, Project Management Committee and the Quality Assurance Committee was held.

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