Late last year the World Alliance for Low Carbon Cities (WALCC) joined a consortium led by Swedish cluster organization IUC Syd following the Nordic Cluster Meet Up on November 1st, 2018, where the WALCC was represented by Synocus. The project, called “E-mobility System Architecture” received funding of NOK 200 000 by Nordic Innovation in December.

The new project will strengthen the WALCC in its support of the Autonomous Vehicles and Mobility services ecosystem. This also offers WALCC and Synocus new avenues to explore together with the ecosystem’s members when increasing the international exposure of the ecosystems.

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