• Genova

  • Smartweek 17/06/2014, Old Port Area, Genoa

  • Smartweek 17/06/2014, Old Port Area, Genoa

  • Ele.C.Tra Launching Event, 13/12/2013, Genova

  • Ele.C.Tra Launching Event, 13/12/2013, Genova

  • Firenze

  • Barcelona

  • Spanish Ele.C.Tra National Support Group, 02/04/14, RACC Headquarters, Barcelona

  • Sm@rtCEM & MOTIT meets Ele.C.Tra in Barcelona

  • Sm@rtCEM & MOTIT meets Ele.C.Tra in Barcelona

  • Sm@rtCEM & MOTIT meets Ele.C.Tra in Barcelona

  • Sm@rtCEM & MOTIT meets Ele.C.Tra in Barcelona

  • Suceava

  • Malta

  • Ele.C.Tra in MIEMA and University of Malta, 23/07/2014

  • Ele.C.Tra in MIEMA and University of Malta, 23/07/2014

  • East Attica

  • Greek National Support Group for electric & sustainable urban mobility, 17/07/2014, Pallini - East Attica

  • Greek National Support Group for electric & sustainable urban mobility, 17/07/2014, Pallini - East Attica

  • Murcia

  • Skopje

  • Electric mobility in Skopje, 10/04/2014, Skopje City Hall

  • Electric mobility in Skopje, 10/04/2014, Skopje City Hall

  • Electric mobility in Skopje, 10/04/2014, Skopje City Hall

  • Electro mobility - between wishes and possibilities, 02/06/2014, Skopje

  • Zagreb

  • Ele.C.Tra in 5th Zagreb Energy Week, May 2014

  • Lisbon

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The Republic of Malta is located in the Southern part of Europe in the centre of the Mediterranean. It is 80 kilometres south of Pozzallo, Sicily.

The country covers albeit 318 square kilometres and it is inhabited by just under half a million people. This makes it one of the smallest and most densely populated places in the world. The capital city of Malta is Valletta also known as ‘Il-Belt’ in Maltese.

The high density population and insufficient public transport has put Malta on the brink of a national transport gridlock. The use of private cars for daily commuting is overwhelming such that our road network is not keeping up with the demand.

In this light MIEMA is participating in the Ele.C.Tra project in aim of addressing the transport congestion. This is taking place by developing and applying the Ele.C.Tra electro mobility transport model which have been implemented and tested by the Ele.C.Tra pilot cities.

MIEMA, as part of the Ele.C.Tra project is supporting Electro-mobility as the optimal solution for our country. Energy wise battery electric vehicles are 51% more efficient than conventional fuel cars and emit no tail-pipe exhaust. Because of this, we believe that the more Battery Electric Vehicles can be found on our roads, the cleaner the air we breathe becomes.

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