D2.2 Defining requirements for analysis methods and data for case studies

D2.2 Defining requirements for analysis methods and data for case studies Summary These three case studies are intended to provide examples to show how some of the main analysis needs identified in D2.1 might be addressed. In terms of data analysis, they cover different combinations of data. Case study 1 on electric goods vehicle charging […]

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STORM Stakeholder Workshop:Future trends and challenges in freight and logistics and impact on policies

STORM Stakeholder Workshop:Future trends and challenges in freight and logistics and impact on policies Concept STORM will provide insights from recent research outputs on challenges and needs of the freight sector and logistics area, utilization of novel data sources and future polices. The main objective of the workshop is to collect feedback from EU level […]

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Workshop on Energy Systems Modelling for Integrated Network Planning

Workshop on Energy Systems Modelling for Integrated Network Planning On 8th of April was held a hybrid Workshop on Energy Systems and Modeling for Integrated Network planning, organized by Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure. Over the workshop, there were discussed recent scientific developments grouped into three sessions under to topic: Integrated Energy Systems, Energy Efficiency […]

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STORM Paper # 2 Hydrogen technology is unlikely to play a major role in sustainable road transport

STORM Paper # 2 Hydrogen technology is unlikely to play a major role in sustainable road transport Hydrogen technology is unlikely to play a major role in sustainable road transport Patrick Plötz ABSTRACT: Road transport remains dominated by fossil fuels. Transport is responsible for about one-quarter of all energy-related greenhouse gas emissions and about 72% […]

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STORM preliminary results discussed over ECTRI meeting

STORM preliminary results discussed over ECTRI meeting ECTRI Thematic Group Economics and Polices meeting On 28th of January 2022, it was held a webinar organized by STORM advisory board member ECTRI, within it’s Thematic Group of Freight Economics and Polices. During the meeting our STORM colleagues Dr. Jonathan Köhler and Clemens Brauer from Fraunhofer ISI, […]

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STORM project on Roads to Future 2021 event

STORM project on Roads to Future 2021 event Roads to Future 2021 event- Sweedish Electromobility Centre Roads to the Future shines a light on the latest research and cutting-edge technology within the field of electromobility. For the 2021 conference we will highlight topics on the theme “Charging from all perspectives”. The conference brings together researchers, […]

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STORM SURVEY: Future trends and opportunities in freight and logistics

STORM SURVEY: Future trends and opportunities in freight and logistics STORM project aims at identifying the future trends and opportunities in freight and logistics We have prepared a survey to identify the future trends in the freight and logistics area aiming to summarize the views of different stakeholder groups based on thier current business, industrial […]

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STORM project will be presented during the ETPC network meeting

STORM will be presented on a ETPC networking event STORM will be presented during ETPC Network Meeting on the 1st of June The European Track Platooning Challenge (ETPC) and the #ENSEMBLEproject are hosting an ETPC Network Meeting on the 1st of June, h 10:00-16:30 CET where our H2020 STORM project will be presented in a […]

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STORM first webinar – The Future of Freight

STORM first webinar – The Future of Freight The STORM project is happy to announce its first webinar addressing the future of freight, which will be held online on the 17th of June 2021, (Watch the recording) STORM focuses on the emerging needs of the freight and logistics sectors, including digitization and sustainability, and it […]

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STORM will be presented during 2021 IEEE Smart Cities Symposium

STORM will be presented during 2021 IEEE Smart Cities Symposium Conference topics and objectives The Smart Cities Symposium Prague 2020 (the sixth annual conference) aims on exchange of ideas and best practices in the field of Smart cities. It covers whole range of topics, from the system point of view, through data mining and data […]

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