As a leader in the energy revolution, ENGIE offers a comprehensive range of clean mobility solutions that transform the way energy is used. The Group has developed a systems-based approach that combines its skills and expertise in alternative fuels, transport infrastructures, smart transit systems, and upstream design and planning. Improving air quality, reducing noise pollution, keeping traffic flowing and optimizing transit networks: here are some of the key measures of ENGIE’s green mobility program, Better Mobility TODAY.
The transport of people or goods is a very energy-intensive sector, and leads to the rejection of a significant amount of greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere.
Public transport infrastructures: Optimizing the use of existing infrastructures must correspond to changes in needs as well as limited natural and budgetary resources.
Improving the quality of life and developing smarter mobility: public transport infrastructure, intelligent transportation systems, refueling infrastructure for green fuels
How to fight against pollution and global warming in cities? How to improve traffic flow and safety? The challenges of green mobility, to which ENGIE provides solutions, are lowering CO2 emissions, reducing noise and developing accessibility. Cleaner fuels such as electricity, gas and hydrogen offer greener, more cost-effective and more convenient transportation solutions for users. Intelligent transportation systems optimize existing infrastructure to help communities develop in the light of their region’s needs and resources. Innovative solutions for harmonious urbanization.
What are the challenges of mobility and how does ENGIE contribute today to create a more harmonious mobility ?
With the growth of urbanization by 2050, we will have 2.4 billion new inhabitants and 2/3 of us with live in the city, automobile transport will almost double and passenger kilometers almost 1.5 times higher. The consequences are already alarming today, on multiple levels – economic, human, social and environmental.
On the occasion of Viva Technology 2019, which is being held in Paris from 16 to 18 May 2019, Ovarith Troeung will discuss the importance of zero carbon mobility, the cornerstone of sustainable and livable cities.
In metropolises and large cities today, journey times on public transit networks are still very long. This can be discouraging as many of us are convinced that mass transit is at the heart of more sustainable mobility.
A l'occasion de notre conférence sur « la mobilité urbaine en temps réel ! », diffusée le 10 octobre 2018, les invités ont échangé sur les réseaux de transport public connectés au service d’une mobilité durable.