e-Mobility Smart Grid For Passengers and Last Mile Freight Transport in the Alpine Space

Work Package 1: Smart Living Labs

e-SMART Transnational Living Lab Network (TLLN)

Deliverable D.T1.2.3 - e-SMART Transnational Living Lab Network (TLLN): Please find here the reports of all TLLN meetings.

e-SMART Regional Living Labs (RLL)

Deliverable D.T1.2.2 - e-SMART Regional Living Labs (RLL): Please find here the reports of all RLL meetings.

Living Lab Concept

This document describes the e-SMART Transnational quadruple-helix cooperation model to co-create, experiment and evaluate smart approaches and digital tools for an integrated E-CS planning and e-mobility services diffusion in LPT and LML in relation to smart grid.

Living Lab Concept

List of follower cities and regions

Activity  D.T1.4.1 - Consolidation of group of followers for the replication of
projects outputs: The deliverable reports the list of the followers for the replication of projects outputs.

Download the deliverable here.

Letters of commitment

Activity  D.T1.4.2 - Letters of commitment: Letters of commitment from stakeholders and observers. The letters express the will of the signatories to foster the project outcomes.

Download the deliverable here.

Work Package 2: Smart Mobility Roadmap

Tactical Roadmap

The Tactical Roadmap is a ready to use document for decision makers that list, at transnational Alpine Space level, objectives, criteria, timelines, milestones and vision to achieve an integrated E-CS planning in relation to smart grid and e-mobility services diffusion in LPT and LML.

Download the Tactical Roadmap here.

Operational Roadmap

The Operational Roadmap represents the link between the Tactical Roadmap and the respective territories. The Operational Roadmap strongly reflects the Tactical Roadmap’s structure, with customised regional and local needs, objectives, business models, incentive and financial sources.

Download the Operational Roadmap here.

Grid and e-mobility transport services report - From E-CS to energy

Blueprint of key elements (energy production, renewable energy source rate, distribution, services for flexible electric grid operation, local peaks management, power grid stability) of energy grid integration with e-mobility, e-LPT, and e-LML services. Contains criteria for the Tactical Roadmap.

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Mapping report - From E-CS to mobility

The report shows a summary of the survey conducted among more than 1000 public and private stakeholders to gather key elements necessary to develop the e-SMART tactical and then operational Road map. Both roadmaps will support decision-makers in the deployment and promotion of e-charging infrastructure and e-mobility.

Mapping report

e-SMART Capitalization Report

e-SMART aims to contribute to a larger diffusion of e-mobility in the AS, thanks to the cooperation of regional and local authorities with the private sector in designing and testing an operational model to plan Electric charging stations.
The purpose of the report is to list and share the state of the art on European research programmes on the main issues of the project. The link to the more relevant aspects is underlined.

A special focus is lies on the Interreg Alpine Space e-MOTICON project and EUSALP activities.
Moreover this report represent a basis for networking action with previous and past projects, in order to capitalize their results.

Capitalization Report


Work Package 3: Smart Energy Integration

e-SMART Toolkit

The tool supports electric mobility planning actions, gathering data from partners’ platforms already operating in the territories, processing and intersecting them and providing means to observe and interact with data to make strategic and operative decisions.

Please find the e-SMART Toolkit on:

Username: esmart / Password: opendash#22

Tool prototype evaluation

A short report assessing the prototype based on requirements, LL expectations and Smart territories framework. (Photo by Dawid Małecki on Unsplash)

Tool prototype evaluation

Tools prototype and finalization

The deliverable describes the final versions of digital tools, consisting in web-based apps (including web-GIS), maps, analytics dashboards, spreadsheets and decision-making systems. User manual and guidance are included.
(Photo by Fleur on Unsplash)

Tools prototype and finalization

Tool’s requirements analysis report

The objective of the activity concerns the development of an ICT tool to support electric mobility planning actions, with particular reference to the local public transport sectors and last mile freight logistics. The development of a Decision Support System (DSS) platform is requested to organize the data available and distributed in the Information Systems that will be made available by the Stakeholders / Partners of the e-SMART project at the level of the Alpine Space.
The DSS enables the extraction and processing in order to transform them into information with high added value for the decisions inherent in the project Roadmap.
The report describes the main feature of the “pilot” tool developed inside e-SMART project. It contains several analyses and hints to support technical approach to data sharing in the complex cooperation among several stakeholders of the private sector and public administration, to plan an effective network for charging e-vehicle for electric last mile logistics and electric local public transport.
Moreover some lessons learned are provided.
(Picture by Lukas Blazek on Unsplash)

Tool’s requirements analysis report

Feasibility study report

Based on transnational research of existing data exchange ecosystem, open and smart data platforms, analytics dashboard on e-mobility infrastructure, services, energy grid and consumption, the deliverable will describe technical and economic feasibility of tools. This is the starting point for the definition of the e- SMART toolkit.

Download here.

Smart Territory Ecosystem Report

The report provides a basic framework delivering on definitions, as well as the building blocks, of both a Smart Territory Strategy and Roadmap. The document aims to facilitate smart mobility and smart energy grids development, in turn facilitating a framework for the enablement of electronic vehicles, both freight and passengers, addressing last-mile issues, standards and interoperability and electronic vehicle charging networks for the Alpine region.

Smart Territory Ecosystem Report

Work Package Communication


These articles feature the e-SMART project, its aims and results:

Video Interviews

Please find the video interviews here.

Project leaflet

The e-SMART leaflet displays the project aims, methodology and key messages in a compact and short format. It informs newcomers to the project of the most important elements and invites the reader to get in touch. In order to reach as many people as possible, the leaflet was translated to the different languages spoken in the Alpine Space.

Leaflet EN     Leaflet IT     Leaflet FR     Leaflet SL     Leaflet DE


The electrification of Local Public Transport and Last Mile Logistics with renewable energies is the core topic of the e-SMART project. The means to achieve it are based on co-creation via living labs, surveys and in-depths interviews. Transferring the message is not always easy, which is why the project has developed an infographic that shows the main features and characteristics. Enjoy!


Project poster and roll-up

In order to increase visibility of the Interreg Alpine Space project e-SMART, a project poster and roll-up where designed within Work Package Communication.

Poster & roll-up display the same key visual that was developed specifically to represent the project's objectives.