All Interreg projects aim on the multiplication of the positive effects after the project. The positive effect of FCCP is the reduction of emissions and congestions in European cities by replacing combustion engine delivery vans by emission free FCCPs. For the multiplication of the underlying modular technology a role out plan will be developed.
The long term effects build on several pillars:• Logistic concept that demonstrates how to exploit the potential of FCCPs• The further development and validation of technology• Development of efficient and continuable collaboration with cities• SWOT analysis• Scenario analysis• Market actor identification• Target group drivers and barriers• Transnational rollout plan
The Fuel Cell Cargo Pedelec project (FCCP) may represent a relevant element in the run for an emission free last mile delivery – not only within distribution logistics but also amongst other commercial applications and private logistics (e.g. bringing children to child care, to school, or doing other activities).
For efficient exploitation of this potential, this project builds on an innovative logistic concept, tailored for the performance characteristic of FCCPs and the requirements of today’s urban freight transport (WP T1), latest fuel cell technology (WP T2), as well as intense involvement of cities to foster and implementing FCCPs (WP T3). In line with this, one crucial output of this project is a transnational strategic concept concerned with the best integration of emission free FCCPs in logistic delivery chains, including innovative technology and sustainable urban development. This project will facilitate the multiplication of emission free FCCPs, as it provides relevant and replicable information to cities and the transport sector (WP C) to stay abreast of the fundamental changes in the transport sector, reducing CO2 emissions in European cities.
The education plan
The educational plan focuses on the design of (modular) education for the implementation of Fuel Cell Cargo Pedelecs (FCCP) for Zero Emission Urban Logistics. It consists of four modules: (1) Generic urban logistics, (2) Specific FCCP logistics, (3) Fuel Cell technology in vehicles and (4) E-cargo pedelecs technology
A learning community-platform is used to share the documents and data.
The development and implementation of the education consists of the phases (1) Definition, (2) Design, (3) Development, (4) Pilot, (5) Review, (6) education for students and professionals (EU-partners FCCP)
(1) Generic urban logistic
This module provides the (starting) professional with specialist knowledge and skills related to the sustainable organizing Transport in and around the city. The beginning practitioner learns the about the last mile supply through a hub, to Organizing, how to design the Infrastructure, Logistic Processes in to Focus which Transport Modalities in to use. This all putting Sustainable Solutions central. It involves both the organize, manage and the Control.
(2) Specific FCCP logistics,
This module adds specific knowledge for the logistics of FCCP’s with respect to the logistics, infrastructure and the implementation in city environment (safety, public acceptance, fueling infrastructure)
(3) Fuel Cell technology in vehicles
This module focuses on knowledge development of physical properties & safety and understanding the added value of hydrogen technology in the sustainable mobility
The module explains of the use of hydrogen technology in vehicles concerning system layout , installation, monitoring, maintenance and repair.
(4) E-cargo pedelecs technology
This module focuses on knowledge development on the powertrain of electric vehicles concerning system layout , installation, monitoring, maintenance and repair.