I've registered with the website - but so far nothing has dripped through. However, since I have a background in EU projects I knew where to find more data.
I confess that I find the project completely bonkers and am very disappointed that Nissan, BMW, Renault etc have conceived these concepts. However, its not untypical of European R&D where the project proposal is formulaic and if you don't know the formula - you will never win. This project 'ticks the boxes' for a project that will get funded! A mix of academic, multi-national and links the remote regions with the core of Europe.
However, the while idea of 'trunk roads for EVs' is totally b*****ks! I have plenty of experience of long range EV operation and I know the pros and cons of slow/fast/rapid chargers and the strategies that enable optimal progress in a day. Driving from Belfast to Brussels by EV will never be attractive - even if every charger is 'rapid'.
I have a slingshot technique where I recharge in the 20-80% and get on my way asap. While this is as expedient as it gets - achievements per hour are <40% of an ICE'd vehicle. Max range achievements with today's technologies are about 300 miles.
Even with larger batteries the charge time will be proportional - so nothing significant will be gained!
Finally, I would point out that Eurocrats commuting to and from Brussels will never be found in LEAFs, or ZOEs - anyone who works in a European Institution will be commuting in a heavily discounted and tax free Merc, BMW or Audi!
Is there a silver lining - yes! Certainly we will now find it much easier to take weekend breaks in Felixstowe and Holyhead!