French Institute of public/private Research and Training dedicated to sustainable mobility: ecological, autonomous and shared


The Electromobility players get together to ensure a successful deployment of the new charging services

The Mobena project was launched in September 2021 for two years. It brings together players from all the electric mobility value chain in France. Its aims to support the e-mobility companies in ensuring a successful deployment of the new generation of electric vehicle charging solutions. These solutions will simplify the user experience and improve the quality of service.

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Eric Lebeau appointed CEO of VEDECOM

Versailles, October 4,  2021 The French Institute for the Energy Transition VEDECOM, created in 2014 and dedicated to the future mobility, more ecological, autonomous and shared, appointed a new CEO: Eric Lebeau, from Renault group, succeeds Philippe Watteau. He will...

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l’Institut pour la Ville en Mouvement (the City on the Move Institute) is an action research space dedicated to transforming lifestyles and urban mobility in Europe and worldwide.
In a context where mobility issues are critical, its cross-cutting, diverse and international approach contributes to social, scientific and cultural innovation.

“Mobility is not just about transport, it is also a societal issue. We need to look at all of society in order to innovate.” 

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VEDECOM Tech, a commercial subsidiary of VEDECOM, provides innovative products and services that demonstrate VEDECOM’s expertise and technological foundations in order to make sustainable mobility a reality: autonomous vehicles, mobility services, on-board and off-board systems, electric machines, component testing, expertise, studies and simulations.

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Training Program

The Training program is the fruit of VEDECOM’s expertise and savoir faire, covering vehicle electrification and charging, driving delegation and connectivity, as well new mobility services and uses.

From raising awareness to imparting knowledge, the training programme is based on innovative teaching methods including on-track and workshop practical activities, blended learning, serious games, etc.

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