Hyper-Network for electroMobility


Hyper-Network for eRoaming


Hyper-Network for eCharging


Electrification of road transport has the potential to drastically reduce emissions of air pollutants and greenhouse gases as well as urban noise pollution. Unfortunately, wider adoption of electro-mobility by motorists and road transport operators remains relatively low due to a number of challenges.

EV range and charging issues

A main factor limiting the driving range of Electric Vehicles (EV) is lack of interoperability in existing infrastructure and services related to electro-mobility, such as charging infrastructure. E-mobility actors currently have to deal with a broad spectrum of EV charging system hardware, service providers, standards and protocols, which can vary greatly from a technological perspective. The technological volatility, together with the lack of universal standards, often limits the EV charging options, particularly for users travelling longer distances.

Energy and grid-related issues

E-mobility is also faced with the challenge of the impact on the electric grid network caused by increasing EV numbers but also by new charging technologies. The main issue is to define and deploy a smart way to manage EV recharging. The e-mobility ecosystem is not connected to the grid in a sustainable way, and yearly power subscriptions (current business model used by Charge Point Operators (CPOs) can lead to expensive service pricing.

Data exchange issues

A major challenge in providing a seamless experience and easy service are the complex data structures and different formats in exchanged information. The set-up of a pan-European charging infrastructure is currently hindered by the lack of a common data and information model and the lack of common framework for commercial agreements.

Diverse e-roaming platforms

The lack of interoperability gave rise to the recent concept of electro-mobility roaming platforms, often called e-roaming or eRoaming. The problem of interoperability between platforms still remains. In order to tackle this, the pan-European eRoaming initiative was announced in 2015 and its objective, namely the interconnection of existing eRoaming platforms, will be specifically pursued within NeMo Hyper-Network for electro mobility.


NeMo presents the Hyper-Network at the GOMOBILITY Conference

The NeMo partners will present the project’s approach and achievements at the GOMOBILITY Conference in Irun, Spain, on 27-28 November. Taking place in Irun, at the heart of Basque country, GO MOBILITY is a central meeting point for public and private entities involved...

2nd NeMo Conference introduces the Hyper-Network for Electromobility (report and presentations)

Fifty-five participants from seven countries joined the second annual NeMo Stakeholder Forum Conference on 10th October 2018 at ERTICO in Brussels to have a look at the current status of the NeMo Hyper-Network for Electromobility and a selection of its services. The...

NeMo joins the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen, 17-21 September

Join us at the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen next week to learn more about electromobility and the NeMo project. The ITS World Congress provides the ideal opportunity for all stakeholders to come together, discuss and make the necessary contacts to move initiatives...

Registrations are open for the 2nd NeMo Stakeholder Forum Conference, 10 October in Brussels

The second NeMo stakeholder-focused event will take place on 10 October in Brussels, Belgium. >>> Register now for free <<>> Read the final agenda <<>> Travel information <<< We invite all electromobility actors to learn about...

NeMo co-hosts Workshop on E.V. Systems, Data, and Applications

NeMo and ELECTRIFIC jointly organised a one-day workshop on Electric Vehicle Systems, Data and Applications on 12 June 2018 in Karlsruhe, Germany, in conjunction with the ACM e-Energy 2018 Conference. The ACM e-Energy annual international conference has been held...

Join us a at ‘E.V. Systems, Data, and Applications Workshop’, 12 June, Karlsruhe, Germany

The NeMo and ELECTRIFIC ( projects are pleased to announce our “EV-Sys” one-day workshop taking place on Tuesday 12th June at the FZI Research Centre for Information Technology at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology . This workshop is part of the ninth...

NeMo showcases inter-roaming live at TRA Conference

Partners of the NeMo project took part in the the 7th edition of Transport Research Arena Conference (TRA) in Vienna on April 16-19 to showcase recent results, with a focus on inter-roaming protocols. The TRA Conference, which takes place every two years in a...

NeMo inter-roaming in live demo at upcoming TRA Conference in Vienna

NeMo Project partners will perform a live demonstration at Transport Research Arena 2018 in Vienna on 16-18 April to demonstrate electric vehicle roaming and cross-platform services. The NeMo demonstration in the outdoor area at TRA will demonstrate the Inter-roaming...

Watch it again: NeMo Webinar on Service Creation in Electromobility Networks

The recording of the NeMo Webinar on Service Creation in Electromobility Networks, held on 1st February 2018, is now available on Youtube. Watch it again below, or download the presentations in PDF format here. This one-hour...

VIDEO – Meet NeMo, the Hypernetwork for Electromobility

The electrification of road transport can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and pollution, but remains constrained by a number of challenges: range, interoperability of...



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