From the 27th to the 30th of November selected e-mobilists from across the Oslo2Rome partners will drive through Europe to successfully prove the charging of eletric vehicles based on Blockchain technology.
To stay up to date during the tour have a look at our blog or follow Share&Charge on Social Media.
The Oslo2Rome Tour Teams
EDF, Sodetrel & ÈS Team
On the 29th and 30th of November, the EDF group participates in Oslo2Rome. Three electric vehicles, drived by binomials of beta testers, will travel a route in France and Germany, passing through Nancy, Saarbrücken, Saverne, Strasbourg, Offenburg, Fribourg-en-Brigsau, Colmar, Pfastatt and Sélestat.
- 1 Renault Zoe from EDF, drived by Laurent Perez (EDF Grand Est – Project manager Innovation) and Jonathan Klein (director of Tresorio Mining;)
- 1 Renault Zoe from ÉS, drived by Bernard Bloch (ÉS – Innovation Coordinator and partners) and Julien Brodier (co-director of Talium (middleware integrator and Blockchain);
- 1 Tesla, drived by Pierre Simon (ÉS – Communication) and Laurent Schaeffer (ÉS – electric vehicle technician).
ElaadNL & Enexis Groep Team
What happens when a Trendwatcher, a Grit operator (Enexis) and a R&D specialist (Elaad) drive to Germany in a Tesla Model X with a huge trailer with an E-motorcycle from Amsterdam to Germany? The Dutch Oslo2Rome team will test out the interoperatability of the new technologies using only the Share&Charge app on the blockchain!
Highly motivated Sven Haase and Oliver Göhler from enviaM are preparing for the Oslo2Rome Tour. Sven is the e-mobility-specialist and Oliver the camera operator, who will document every part of the tour from Chemnitz/Germany to Nußdorf/Austria. Looking forward to this experience and to proof that blockchain is a great solution for charging your e-car wherever you are.
Norway & Sweden
Tobias Goodden, analyst and Catarina Naucler, R&D Manager with Fortum Innovation Accelerator together with Per-Oscar Hedman, Press Manager Fortum Sweden are preparing for the Norwegian-Swedish stint of the Oslo2Rome blockchain charging run.
Already in place in Oslo is Stian Mathisen, Communications specialist from Fortum Norway.
innogy SE Team
Within the Oslo2Rome Tour from 27th -30th of November, innogy with their international charging network enables our partners to charge their electric vehicles in Germany. innogy operates charging stations in more than 20 countries.
Hey there! We’re Nadine and Michael. As the two members of the VKW VLOTTE & InnovationLab team we are looking forward to driving across Europe for the Oslo2Rome-Initiative. Our route starts in Austria at the beautiful Lake of Constance and leads us through Germany to Mulhouse in France.
With the Oslo2Rome Tour, MotionWerk is going to enable a cross-border charging network based on blockchain technology. Our first product ‘Share&Charge’ facilitates the effortless sharing and billing of electric charging stations, equally effective for private and corporate partners. Collaborating with big players in the wider mobility eco system, MotionWerk researches and develops decentralised technology for the future of mobility. We are very excited!
Oslo2Rome and the Blockchain
The Oslo2Rome initiative is running based on the decentral Blockchain technology.
Click on the link below to follow the Oslo2Rome tour from the 27.11.2017 – 30.11.2017 and to learn more on the usage of the Blockchain technoloy within the project. Learn about information such as the gasprice, the number of blocks involved as well as the time until the transaction was processed by the Blockchain.