This section presents all the documents published during the study.
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|3 September 2018||start of the study|
|23 November 2018||Publication of previous Task 1 report (outdated version)|
|14 December 2018||Deadline for sending comments on Draft Task 1|
|3 December 2018||
Publication of previous Task 2 report
Publication of previous Task 3 report
Publication of previous Task 4 report
Publication of previous Task 5 report
note: for comment deadlines were 10/1/2019 or 18/1/2019
|10 January 2019||Deadline for sending comments on Draft Task 2,|
|18 January 2019||Deadline for sending comments on Draft Task 3, 4 and 5|
|19 December 2018||Stakeholder meeting Agenda (note registrations are closed)|
|21 December 2018||
Presentations of the stakeholder meeting on 20 December 2018
|5 February 2019||Minutes of the stakeholder meeting on 20 December 2018|
|8 April 2019||
previous Task 1
previous Task 2
|10 April 2019||
previous Task 3
previous Task 4
|12 April 2019||previous Task 5|
|17 April 2019||
previous Task 6 for collecting stakeholder feedback and discussion in the stakeholder meeting, for feedback please use this form.
Feedback deadline did expire on 22/5.
|23 April 2019||
Draft Task 7 for collecting stakeholder feedback and discussion in the stakeholder meeting, for feedback please please use this form.
Feedback deadline did expire on 24/5
|26 April 2019||Agenda of the second stakeholder meeting|
|03 May 2019||
Presentations of the second stakeholder meeting held on 2 May 2019
Task 5 & Draft Task 6 (enivronment & economics)
Task 2 (updates) + Draft Task 7.2 & 7.3 (scenario analysis)
Draft Task 7.1 (performance criteria)
|17 June 2019||Minutes of the second stakeholder meeting held on 2 May 2019|
20 September 2019
Final Task 7 (minor corrections added on 23/12)
|22 October 2019||
For sending comments please use this form and sent them to email@example.com before 19 November in order to allows us to consider your input for the final report.
Discussion notes for 4 additional research topics were published:
|6 November 2019||
Powerpoint presentations of the 3rd stakeholder meeting:
Summary of completed Task 7 (note that the study is completed: therefore for commenting on this completed task 7 see last slide)
|19 November 2019||Minutes of the third stakeholder meeting (updated on 25/11 with some late received corrections from EURIC)|
|10 March 2020||
Preprint of the final reports for each work package of the follow up study:
WP1 preprint of final report on feasibility of scope extension to electric scooters, bicycles, mopeds and motorcycles (note: report updated on 10 April 2020 to comply with copy right requirements)
WP2 preprint of final report on characterization of performance and sustainability requirements for rechargeable batteries with internal storage for chemistries other than lithium-ion for both electro-mobility and stationary applications
WP3 preprint of final report on development of models for rechargeable battery chemistries and technologies beyond lithium-ion, in compliance with the existing product environmental footprint (PEF) category rules
WP4 preprint of final report on feasibility analysis of introducing requirements on sustainable sourcing (e.g., supply chain due diligence obligations) for rechargeable batteries with internal storage placed in the EU internal market
note: a final version is under review to fit with lay out and editorial requirements and will be uploaded when available