Our Members

National Associations

Belgium
AVERE Belgium

 AVERE Belgium promotes electric vehicles and support scientific and technological developments and wishes to be the point of reference for all information concerning the electrical driving in Belgium.

Website: www.avere-belgium.org/

Bulgaria
BAEPS – Bulgarian Electric Vehicles Association

 The Bulgarian Electric Vehicles Association unites people and organizations with the common goal of accelerating the introduction of EVs in Bulgaria in a sustainable way.

Website: http://baeps.org/en/  

Finland
IMF – Technology Industries of Finland

  Technology Industries of Finland is the lobbying organisation for technology industry companies. They promote competitiveness and the operational preconditions for this, the largest and most important export sector in Finland.

Website: https://teknologiateollisuus.fi/en  

 

France
AVERE France

AVERE – France is the e-mobility national association created in 1978 under the impetus of the European Commission. It is the centre of information, exchange and national expertise that brings together all the players in the ecosystem of electric mobility, such as OEM, industries, service providers of electro mobility, public institutions, cities, energy suppliers, research institutes or associations. The main tasks of the association are to encourage the acquisition and use of electric, plug-in hybrids, hybrids and fuel cell vehicles (two wheelers, cars, LDV, bus, trucks and boats).

Beyond the promotion and information on electric mobility Avere-France is the representative of this sector in front the French government though actions of advocacy. It also carries out actions such as analysis of the electric vehicle markets, proposition of legislative or regulatory evolution, activities on Web and social networks, organisation of e-mobility events, development and   management of e-mobility cities network and club of regional e-mobility associations. The deployment of electric refuelling infrastructures it supported thought Avere-France ADVENIR program that finances private and public charging infrastructures.

Website: http://www.avere-france.org/    

 

Germany
BSM – Bundesverband Solare Mobilität

The Bundesverband Solare Mobilität has been committed to environmentally friendly transport systems and the use of solar energy on land, in the water and in the air for 25 years. It transposes findings from the field of electromobility into political committees and offers his members a basis for the exchange of their experiences.

Website: https://www.bsm-ev.de/  

 

Greece
HELIEV – Hellenic Institute of Electric Vehicles

HELIEV, the Hellenic Institute of Electric Vehicles, represents a Hellenic network of 80+ members focused on electromobility coming from academia, industry and the governmental world.

Website: http://www.heliev.gr/    

 

 

Hungary
EA – Hungarian Electromobiltiy Association

The Hungarian Electromobility Association represents sustainable development of the Hungarian electromobility industry and to build up a European network that helps to get involved in this game changing market.

Website: https://www.elektromobilitas.hu/  

 

 

Italy

 

CEI-CIVES, Italian Electric Vehicle Association of Italian Electrotechnical Committee

CIVES, the Italian EV Association and  Italian AVERE Section, was established in 1979 within the Italian Electrotechnical Committee – CEI.  Since 40 years CIVES has been operating to promote the development and diffusion of electric road vehicles, through an action of grouping and co-ordinating all the actors involved in this field in Italy. CIVES is made up of members of different sectors: vehicle and component manufacturers, research organizations, public and private utilities,  Ministries and public agencies.

Website: https://cives.ceinorme.it  

 

The Netherlands
Formula E-Team

 

The national public-private platform for e-mobility in the Netherlands, the Formula E-Team, serves as an ambassador and pioneer for electric transport. The Formula E-Team discusses progress and provides substantial advice to the government and other stakeholders on various aspects of electric driving.

Website: https://nederlandelektrisch.nl/formula-e-team  

 

Norway
Norwegian EV Association

For more than 20 years the Norwegian EV Association has been working for the successful introduction of electric vehicles. Their main goal is to promote electric vehicles that run fully or partially on renewable energy.

Website: https://elbil.no/english/  

 

Poland
PSPA – Polish Alternative Fuels Association
 

The Polish Alternative Fuels Association (PSPA)is the largest industry organization dealing with the creation of the e-mobility market and alternative fuels market in Poland.

Website: http://pspa.com.pl/en/  

 

Romania
AVER – Romania Association for Electric Vehicles
 

Founded over 10 years ago as a non-profit organization – Romania Association for Electric Vehicles is locally the biggest promoter in EV field. The main activities to achieve below objectives are related to dissemination, networking, monitoring, lobbying, research and development, among other.

Website: http://aver.ro/

 

Scotland
EVA Scotland – Electric Vehicle Association Scotland

 The Aims of the Electric Vehicle Association Scotland is to represent the interests of EV users in Scotland and to promote EV use in Scotland. It also aims to be a collective voice to work with all Stakeholders to pro-actively identify and highlight the specific issues of ownership and driving of EVs in Scotland and related infrastructure.

Website: http://www.eva.scot/  

 

Slovakia
SEVA – Slovak Electric Vehicle Association
 

The Slovak Electric Vehicle Association (SEVA) was established in 2012 in Bratislava to represent and support the development of transport and transport infrastructure for passenger and commercial electric vehicles in Slovakia.

Website: http://www.seva.sk/en    

 

Spain
AEDIVE – Spanish Business Association for the Boosting and Development of the Electric Vehicle Market
 

 Created in April 2010, AEDIVE is the Spanish Business Association for the Boosting and Development of the Electric Vehicle Market, an Innovative Enterprise Grouping that gathers all the value chain of the electric vehicle industrial and technological sector with the purpose of promoting and enhancing competitiviness of the EV sector with regard to all the EV value chain.

Website: http://aedive.es/home-english/  

 

Turkey

 

AVERE Türkiye

 

AVERE Türkiye  promotes sustainable and healthy development of turkish electromobility sector. AVERE Türkiye acts as research hub, lobby group and a platform of exchange for development and dissemination of electric vehicle (EV) strategies within Turkey.  AVERE Türkiye brings together players from turkish electro mobility related sectors, such as automotive energy industries, OEMs, service providers, energy suppliers, research institutes or associations.

Website: https://www.avere.org.tr/  

 

Ukraine

 

AVERE Ukraine

 

 AVERE Ukraine is Ukrainian community of AVERE, European Electromobility Association. The founders have already been active i nthe electromobiltiy for years and decided to create the Ukranian chapter of AVERE since 2019.

Website: https://avere.org.ua/  

Other Members

Austria
Wien Energie 

 

Wien Energie is Austria’s leading energy company and has started to realize an ambitious rollout plan for the E-Mobility and charging infrastructure in Vienna and its metropolitan area. Wien Energie aims to be the leading driver for E-Mobility in Austria by the year 2020. 

Website: https://www.wienenergie.at/      

Germany
e-troFit GmbH

e-troFit represents sustainable mobility. With our professional retrofit solutions for diesel vehicles, we offer solutions for a quick entry into electric mobility. Our vision: Making an active contribution to reducing traffic emissions.

e-troFit has already won several awards: For example, we have been honored with the German Mobility Award 2018 by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure.

Website: https://www.e-trofit.com/en/

Italy
Motus-E

MOTUS-E brings together industries, the transport sector, the academia, consumer associations and opinion movements, to favour the transition towards a more sustainable model of mobility, in a context in which technologies and digital transformation play a crucial role.

Website: https://www.motus-e.org

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