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Webinar #4: How to provide urban electromobility?  -  19 May 2021

The City of Rostock has recently been launching new development projects with the goal of becoming a greener and smarter city. We believe that learning about challenges and successful sustainable solutions from our international partners can significantly contribute to the development of green projects in our city. However, the pandemic situation has challenged us in many ways when it comes to traveling and gathering. Nevertheless, we hold online meetings and exchange of best practices in form of webinars.

The forth such Webinar, focusing on electromobility, takes place on 19 May 2021 at 1.00 p.m. (CET). The main question to answer during the meeting will be: “How to provide urban electromobility?”

We feel honoured by the commitment of experts from:

  • Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Hefei, China
  • Rostock, Germany
  • Varna, Bulgaria.

These cities are introducing electric vehicles and promoting sustainable mobility for citizens and tourists. The specialists will present their successful projects as well as challenges they have faced during the implementation of their ideas. In online rooms you will have an opportunity to ask questions and share experiences of your city.

Registration

To register, please tick below.
The link for the participation will be sent to you shortly before the event.
We look forward to your participation!


The City of Rostock has recently been launching new development projects with a goal of becoming a greener and smarter city. We believe that learning about challenges and successful sustainable solutions from our international partners can significantly contribute to development of green projects in our city. However, the pandemic situation has challenged us in many ways when it comes to traveling and gathering. As a result, we organize on-line meetings and exchange of best practices in form of webinars.

The first such Webinar, focusing on city bike projects, takes place on 24 February 2021 at 1.30 p.m. (CET). The main question to answer during the session will be: “How to become a bicycle city?” We look forward to learning from experts from Copenhagen (Denmark) and Lahti (Finland), both awarded with European Green Capital title, as well as from our sister city Guldborgsund Municipality (Denmark).

Please join us and learn about the latest trends in creating a greener and bike-friendlier city!

To register, please fill in the information below. A link for the participation will be sent to you a few days prior to the event. We look forward to your participation!


The City of Rostock has recently been launching new development projects with the goal of becoming a greener and smarter city. We believe that learning about challenges and successful sustainable solutions from our international partners can significantly contribute to the development of green projects in our city. However, the pandemic situation has challenged us in many ways when it comes to traveling and gathering. Nevertheless, we hold online meetings and exchange of best practices in form of webinars.

The second such Webinar, focusing on public transport projects, takes place on 24 March 2021 at 1.30 p.m. (CET). The main question to answer during the session will be: “How to provide free and digitized public transport?”

We feel honoured by the commitment of experts from:

  • Dunkirk, France - our twin city with free public transport for citizens and guests since 2018;
  • Tallinn, Estonia - the first capital in Europe with free public transport for citizens;
  • Turku, Finland - our twin city with many modern public transport solutions;
  • Vilnius, Lithuania - advanced App developer in the field of public transport; 
  • Rostock, Germany - experience with free public transport and new digitized customer service offers.

The City of Rostock has recently been launching new development projects with the goal of becoming a greener and smarter city. We believe that learning about challenges and successful sustainable solutions from our international partners can significantly contribute to the development of green projects in our city. However, the pandemic situation has challenged us in many ways when it comes to traveling and gathering. Nevertheless, we hold online meetings and exchange of best practices in form of webinars.

The third such Webinar, focusing on car-free city centres, takes place on 21 April 2021 at 1.00 p.m. (CET). The main question to answer during the meeting will be: “How to provide a car-free city centre?”

We feel honoured by the commitment of experts from:

  • Riga, Latvia
  • Rostock, Germany
  • Tartu, Estonia
  • Hamburg, Germany

These cities are closing their centres and busy streets for cars opening them for the pedestrians, local markets and cafeterias. The experts will present their successful projects as well as the challenges they have faced during the realization of their ideas.