The NOEMIX’s strategy for Trieste and the Net Zero Vision of Aberdeen: the road to sustainable mobility

11 November 2020

What will transportation be like in the future of sustainable mobility? For sure, car sharing and alternative fuels will play a part.

On Wednesday, November 11th, a webinar organized by CIVITAS PORTIS 2020 and entitled Alternative fuel futures for sustainable transport will discuss this topic and the case of two European cities, Aberdeen and Trieste, which have been pursuing their ambitious plans for transformation towards a future of low emission in transportation.

Talking about sustainable mobility in Trieste and Friuli Venezia Giulia region means talking about NOEMIX too. Indeed, the webinar will explore how NOEMIX and the Region Friuli Venezia Giulia have been working together guiding several regional public administrations through a renewal process which entails:

  • the introduction of a green and smart model based on car sharing and electric vehicles for the management of administrations’ fleets;
  • the installment of charging stations; and
  • the production of electric energy from renewable sources.

Alongside the NOEMIX’s strategy for Trieste, the webinar will discuss the Net Zero Vision of Aberdeen. This Scottish city has been pursuing an important plan for energy transition including, as a key step, the introduction of hydrogen-fuelled vehicles in the administration fleets and public transportation.

The webinar is free upon online registration.

Register here

To know more about CIVITAS PORTIS 2020

CIVITAS PORTIS 2020 (Port-cities Integrating Sustainability) is a project funded by the European Union under Horizon 2020: five European port cities – Aberdeen, Antwerp, Constance, Klaipeda and Trieste – five laboratories to improve the city-port environment for a more harmonious and sustainable growth of port cities. How? By identifying and designing with citizens sustainable transport solutions for the connection of city centers and ports, the development or restyling of port areas and the rationalization of tourist mobility between ports and cities.