GREAT News, December 2017

Latest updates and installation status from the CEF Action GREAT

2018 is soon upon us and GREAT will be continuing to deliver on the milestones set up in the project. More and more the GREAT project is delivering to help realise the green corridor envisioned by the initiating organisation STRING.

"We have an intense year ahead with fast charger installations, final reports on policy measures and business models, the next DTU evaluation and of course a continued focus on communication and dissemination. Hopefully we will also see real progress on the LBG fuelling stations with the new Volvo and Scania trucks released." says Britt Karlsson-Green, GREAT Project Manager.

Q1 and Q2 2018 major events are starting to fall into place. Take a look at the schedule to find an event to attend and help to speed up the shift to alternative fuels.

You can always find info about GREAT and latest news at

This is why we build fast charger infrastructure

During 2017 GREAT has met EV-owners and drivers along the corridor. Why they have chosen to drive an EV and their thoughts on charging infrastructure are shown in this film. Feel free to use it in your channels!

What's left to be built?

This fall has seen several new fast chargers on the Danish highways as well as some new locations in Sweden. As always you can find the exact locations on the GREAT web site.

The first building permit, for the LNG station in Högbytorp is expected Q1 2018.

Decarbonising heavy-duty road transport

GREAT and HyER seminar - 31 January, Brussels

Join us for a day of discussions on how we can work together to speed up the shift to alternative fuels in heavy-duty road transport. The seminar will gather EU, industry and regional stakeholders for a debate on how to increase the amount of LNG/LBG, Hydrogen and Battery Electric heavy-duty lorries on European roads as well as how the EU can maintain technical leadership in this sector.

The largest EV Rally in the Nordics!

Helsingborg/Helsingør - Halmstad - Varberg, 25-26 May

Drive Clean is co-organising the Drive Clean Rally again in 2018. This time as the grand finally of the Nordic Clean Energy Week that is organised in connection to the energy ministerial meetings CEM9 and MI3.

Drive Clean Rally is aiming to become one of the largest EV-events in the Nordics. Starting on the battery electric ferry over Öresund and then focusing the meet-up to Halmstad, right at the centre of the GREAT corridor. Visit the Drive Clean site to read more and register. (Info in Scandinavian)

Upcoming Events

GREAT will be represented the following dates. If you would like to invite GREAT to take part in an event, please contact the coordinating team. Events are continuously updated at



31 January

Decarbonising heavy-duty road transport, Brussels

18 April

Breakfast seminar, Ekotransport 2030, Stockholm

25-27 April

TEN-T Days, Ljubljana

22-25 May

Nordic Clean Energy Week, Malmö/Copenhagen

25-26 May

Drive Clean Rally, Halmstad

28-29 May

Fehmarnbelt Days, Malmö

14-17 June

Folkemødet - Danish political week, Allinge

1-8 June

Almedalsveckan - Swedish political week, Visby

Who buys and drives the EV?

GREAT arranged a seminar during the eCar Expo in Gothenburg. The seminar presented three recent studies on the EV owner with the purpose to shine light on the target audience for EV sales.

Simultaneously the seminar was live illustrated to create a summarising illustration of “the Mind of the EV owner”.

Credit Card payment

Did you know that on the Swedish fast chargers installed in GREAT are equipped with credit card readers? This payment method complements the RFID tags, app and other methods to make payment easy for any customer.

New Volvo LNG truck

Release date: 3 October 2017
Power: 420 and 460 hp
Range: <1000 km< span>

Press release

New Scania LNG truck

Release date: 8 November 2017
Power output: 410 hp
Range: <1100 km (single tank), <1600 (dual tank)< span>

Press release

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