For sustainable mobility "as a service", let's make the new modes of transport "zero-carbon" and digital.
Call for Projects - Solutions for the Future of Mobility in the UKBY ENGIE UK & Ireland
If you’re using or developing technology, data or a new business model to solve a mobility challenge in a new or innovative way, ENGIE UK & Plexal want to hear about your solutions.Ca m'intéresse
Innovative Electric Mobility Solutions for Rural AfricaBY ENGIE Power Corner
ENGIE Power Corner, from the ENGIE Africa Business Unit, is launching a call for projects to identify partners and test electrical mobility solutions for its users of mini-grids in rural areas of Africa.Ca m'intéresse
Vivatech Mobility and Smart City ChallengeBY ENGIE
ENGIE is looking for innovative solutions and business models related to sustainable mobility and the smart city for the B2C, B2B and B2T markets. The winners will be invited to exhibit their solution on the ENGIE Energy Lab during Viva Technology from May 24th-26th 2018. (60,000 international visitors attended in 2017)Ca m'intéresse
Fully electric inland vessels to develop emission-free navigation solution
The new Zero Emission Services B.V. (ZES) company founded by ENGIE, ING bank, Wärtsilä and the Port of Rotterdam Authority proposes the first emission-free navigation infrastructure for making inland shipping more sustainable.Ca m'intéresse
The Vehicle To Grid technology, the future of electric cars?
The vehicle-to-grid (or V2G) technology allows plug-in electric vehicles to be connected with power grids and to communicate with them, through the use of a two-way charger. With this system, the power can thus flow either way: electricity produced by renewable energy sources can be extracted from the grid and then stored in the vehicles’ batteries, before finally, when needed, reintroduced into the grid.Ca m'intéresse
Vertiports and the Future of Urban Air Mobility
From The Jetsons to Back to the Future to The Fifth Element, personal air mobility has been a recurring feature in popular culture’s image of what the future will look like. Now, it seems, we’re getting a bit closer on this front.Ca m'intéresse
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