01 December 2017

Pordenone, December 1st - Friuli Venezia Giulia (FVG) Region could be first in Italy to replace a large part of the Public Administrations’ vehicle fleets with electric cars. This goal will be achieved thanks to the activation of NOEMIX, a service promoted by NeMo , a project funded by the EU HORIZON 2020 R&I programme. NeMo will involve regional PAs and is meant to reduce urban pollution caused by motor vehicles.
Project details will be explained to PAs in a series of meetings. Pordenone will host the first two of them on Monday December 4th. The meeting will take place at 9.45 am, at the Auditorium of the former district headquarter in Largo San Giorgio. While the same day at 3.00 pm there will be another meeting in Udine (Auditorium Comelli, Via Sabbadini).
Double date also the following day: at 9.45 am the project will be presented in Gorizia (Auditorium, Via Roma) and at 3.00 pm in Trieste (Magazzino delle Idee, Via Cavour). Regional Councilor for the Environment, Sara Vito will open the events.
Ultimate goal of NOEMIX is to reduce CO2 emissions, increase electric energy production from renewable sources and decrease urban pollution. To this aim, a multidisciplinary team combining diverse complementary competences has been assembled: FVG Region leads the group; Area Science Park is for technical scientific planning and coordination; the University of Trieste will survey the mobility needs of PAs in FVG; Bit will deal with financial aspects; the Associazione nazionale industria dell'autonoleggio e servizi (Aniasa) is a mobility expert and represent sector operators in Italy; Promoscience represents the communication and dissemination expert of the project.


Source: ARC