New platform to help auto companies reduce transport energy use
Transport accounts for approximately one quarter of global energy use and is forecast to increase by approximately 50 % by 2030 in the absence of new regulations. For more sustainable transport, energy efficiency must be assessed across the entire supply chain: from raw material extraction to component construction and assembly. The EU-funded E2DRIVER project is developing a training platform that will boost the collective intelligence of the automotive industry on energy efficiency. The platform will provide access to training material, online lessons, guidelines, and energy and financial tools. These will enable auto companies to thoroughly assess the energy consumption of transport use and propose measures to minimise their negative impact on the environment.
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Funding SchemeCSA - Coordination and support action
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