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Electric vehicles have become an inevitable part of modern technology and our daily lives. Before electric cars became so popular, we were already seeing a quiet but increasingly important trend – electric bicycles. At first glance, electric bicycles seem to be a simple replacement for traditional bicycles, but they have a number of specific needs and challenges that need to be addressed.
Some of these challenges are addressed by the eVETBikes project, which is part of the ERASMUS+ program and brings together 7 partners from 4 different countries. The lead partner is Hacettepe University (Turkey), and the other partners are EGO (Turkey), Guvercinlik Hasan Gulhan MTAL (Turkey), EU&PRO (Czech Republic), Liceul Tehnologic de Transporturi Auto Targoviste (Romania) and Academia (Slovenia).
Electric bicycles first started to appear in the early 2000s and reached mass production in 2012. They have become even more popular in recent years, especially due to the growing awareness of the climate crisis. This has increased the need for engineers, technicians, foremen, and other staff specialized in electric vehicles. Universities have successfully provided training for engineers and technicians, while vocational schools have been left behind.
It is recognized that the greatest need is for training personnel to service, maintain, repair, and replace spare parts of electric bicycles.
The results of the two-year partnership in the eVETBikes project will be:
“The eVETBikes project has the potential to open the door to a greener future through awareness raising, education and practices that will promote the use of electric bikes, sustainable mobility and environmental preservation.”