On January 27th, 28th and 29th 2020 the Noemix project (New Mobility in Friuli Venezia Giulia) met the regional public bodies which formally joined the PA Panel of the project (funded by the Horizon2020 programme), including the former provincial capital municipalities (Udine, Pordenone, Gorizia and Trieste), the healthcare companies (Giuliano Isontina University Healthcare Authority, Central Friuli University Healthcare Authority, Western Friuli Healthcare Authority, Scientific Research Institute and Paediatric Hospital "Burlo Garofolo" of Trieste), Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, Area Science Park, the FVG Airport, the Port Network Authority of the Eastern Adriatic Sea, FVG Streets, the University of Trieste, the Friulian Plain Reclamation Consortium, the Regional Agency for the Environment Protection, the Regional Agency for the Right to Higher Education and University of Udine.
The technical meetings, organized by Area Science Park and the Environment and Energy Directorate of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, had the aim of finalizing the collection of data necessary for the preparation of the feasibility study of the NOEMIX service.
The project envisages the launch of a regional tender procedure to request and assign a turnkey service for the supply of approximately 500 electric vehicles in rental/car-sharing, the installation of around 400 charging points on the regional territory (both public and corporate), the implementation of a software for the management and optimization of the mobility of the Public Administration. The energy used to recharge the vehicles will be entirely produced from renewable sources, partly by a new photovoltaic plant which will be built within the project framework. An agreement will also be signed between the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region and the association of wreckers for the scrapping of old cars owned by the PPAA.
Noemix was funded 900,000 euros by EU and the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region allocated 20.5 million in the last stability law which will support the launch of the NOEMIX service (read the news). The service will be active from 2021 and will contribute to the transition to a low carbon economy and the reduction of urban pollution caused by internal combustion vehicles.