Ele.C.Tra – Electric City Transport, Local Event Wednesday 23rd July 2014

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Venue: KSU Common Room,

Student’s House, University of Malta, Tal-Qroqq, Msida, Malta

The Malta Intelligent Energy Management Agency is currently participating in a European Funded project within the IEE programme. This project is called Ele.C.Tra standing for Electric City Transport and it aims to delve into the transport scenarios in Europe so as to come up with innovative electric transport solutions which can mitigate congestion, problems of parking and ultimately the carbon footprint of the corresponding cities. This is going to be implemented, through a number of pilot project incorporating electric bikes and scooters throughout Europe.

Recently MIEMA carried out a staff exchange with the Risorse per Roma and the Regione Lazio to better understand the management of transport in highly congested regions.

We would be delighted if you could attend to this event event which is going to take place on Wednesday the 23rd of July at the KSU Vodafone Common Room on Campus as per agenda below.

You can register to this event for free by sending an e-mail to info@miema.org

09:15    Registration and Welcome

09:30    Malta Intelligent Energy Management Agency – Aims and Objectives
                               Diane Cassar, Board Secretary, MIEMA

09:45    Transport Out of the Box
                               Joseph Woods, The School of Invention

10:00     The Transport Connectivity to and from Campus
                                Kenneth Terribile, Secretary General , KSU

10:15     Electric Mobility in the Maltese Islands
                                Gabriella Cassola, Ministry for Transport and Infrastructure

10:30    Coffee break

10:45    Open Data and Tourism in Malta
                               Ms. Lily Vasileva, Local Council Association

11:00    The Use of Intelligent Transport Systems in Malta
                               Alex Borg, ITS-Malta

11:15    Rectifying Congestion in Malta
                               Albert Falzon, Project Manager, MIEMA

11:45    Open Discussion

12:00    Lunch

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