Mobility and transport are crucial for a city to function properly. Amsterdam is considered the world capital of cycling; 32% of traffic movement in Amsterdam is by bike and 63% of its inhabitants use their bike on daily basis. The number of registered electrical car owners in the Netherlands increased with 53% to 28.889 in 2016. Since 2008 car sharing increased with 376%. However, this is less than 1% of the total car use. Innovative ideas and concepts can help to improve the city’s accessibility, so share your ideas and concepts here.

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Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology enables electric cars to be used as (temporary) batteries, for example to power households

Longread (Dutch):

Vehicle to Grid onder de loep: gebruiken we de elektrische auto straks ook als batterij voor groene stroom? - Amsterdam Smart City

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Video on the cooperation in the project:

V2X Switch2SmartGrids Project: Overview

Video V2X Amsterdam Smart City

V2X Switch2SmartGrids Project: Amsterdam Smart City

Video V2X Alliander

V2X Switch2SmartGrids Project: Alliander

Video V2X HvA

V2X Switch2SmartGrids Project: Hogeschool van Amsterdam

Video V2X Engie

V2X Switch2SmartGrids Project: Engie

Video V2X Mitsubishi Motors

V2X Switch2SmartGrids Project: Mitsubishi Motors


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