Launch of International Energy Report 2019 - Urban Mobility
09 Oct 2019
OtherS3P EnergyS3 Thematic PlatformIndustrial Modernisation
Cities will require mobility solutions that are sustainable, affordable, secure and inclusive, and integrated with customer-centric infrastructure and services. This transformation rests on the twin pillars of mobility and energy, which both will require radical adaptation to meet demographic and a low carbon economy without increasing congestion and pollution.
The DTU International Energy Report 2019 focuses on sustainable mobility and transport systems in cities, e.g. Mobility in mega cities; Mobility, demand and management; Active transport modes (e.g. cycling); Smart mobility; Freight, logstics and delivery of goods in cities; Integrated energy systems – EVs and flexibility in super lab settings; Alternative fuels; Life circle assessments of different transport modes; and Urban mobility transformation and educational needs.
EIT Urban Mobility and DTU invite you for the launch which is held in connection with the C40 week in Copenhagen and the Live Like Tomorrow program.
The program of the launch will include presentation of the report, international key note speakers from C40 and big cities. And not least workshops and networking where you can discuss mobility solutions for your city.
Founded in 1829 with the mission of creating value for the benefit of society, DTU is an international elite technical university where education, scientific advice, and innovation rest on a solid foundation of world-class research.
The University is at the academic and multidisciplinary forefront of the technical and the natural sciences—with new initiatives in a number of demanding engineering disciplines, including sustainable energy technology and life science
About EIT Urban Mobility
EIT Urban Mobility is dedicated to accelerating solutions that improve our collective use of urban spaces, while ensuring accessible, convenient, safe, efficient, sustainable and affordable multimodal mobility.
EIT Urban Mobility’s objective is to rethink urban spaces, overcoming fragmentation by integrating all urban mobility players – including cities and citizens – and increasing social inclusion and equality.
By accelerating the products, services and processes for cities, EIT Urban Mobility will reimagine collective and individual mobility, shaping it according to local needs, supporting communities and stimulating the economy.