The Green eMotion electric rally: A showcase of an interoperable e-mobility system

The EU's flagship e-mobility project, Green eMotion will organise for the first time an electric vehicle rally from the Green eMotion demo regions to Brussels. The tour will culminate in a high-level conference with Vice-President of the European Commission and Commissioner for Transport, Siim Kallas which will take place in Brussels on 18 September.

About six participating demonstration regions will drive the tour with electric cars from different European cities into Brussels to showcase how an interoperable system for e-mobility works in practice during the conference as part of the Green eMotion Stakeholder Forum.

The key highlight of the conference will be to showcase an interoperability demo with electric vehicles and charging infrastructure from different operators. The demonstration will show how users can easily charge their electric car when roaming from one charging station to another. This will all be made possible via the Green eMotion Marketplace, an ICT Infrastructure developed within the project to allow for roaming and clearinghouse services.

EEF Members EDF, Enel, Eurelectric, Iberdrola and RWE are partners of this initiative.

For more information, please check the event website.




EDF is a leading player in the energy market, covering all businesses of the value chain. 

It has developed an integrated network of companies servicing over 37 million customers worldwide and is a leader in the French and British electricity markets.


Enel is Italy's largest power company and Europe's second listed utility by installed capacity. It is an integrated player, active in the power and gas sectors. Enel today operates in 40 countries worldwide, has over 97,000 MW of net installed capacity and sells power and gas to more than 61 million customers.


EURELECTRIC is the sector association representing the common interests of the electricity industry at pan-European level, plus its affiliates and associates on several other continents.


IBERDROLA is Spain’s number one energy group, one of the five largest energy companies in the world and a world leader in wind power. IBERDROLA is also active in engineering and construction services.


RWE is a leading European electricity and gas company, active in generation, trading, transmission and supply. More than 70,000 employees supply over 16 million electricity customers and about 8 million gas customers, with more than €53 billion in revenue in 2010.