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11 major international companies join forces to accelerate the energy transition in transport and logistics

calendarJuly 06, 2020
Eleven major international companies, including AWS, Carrefour Group, CMA CGM Group, Cluster Maritime Français, Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank, Engie, Faurecia, Michelin, Schneider Electric, Total, and Wärtsilä, have formed an international coalition. The coalition aims to accelerate the energy transition in the transport and logistics industry by reducing emissions, fighting global warming, and protecting biodiversity. The members are working together to achieve three key goals by 2030: unlocking a wider range of clean energy sources, reducing energy consumption per kilometer of goods transported, and eliminating a significant portion of emissions in transport and logistics. To achieve their objectives, the Coalition has established nine working groups and developed concrete projects. These projects include the development of green hydrogen procurement solutions, biofuels for various modes of transport, and the expansion of biogas and synthetic gases in transportation. They also involve replacing fossil fuels with green energy throughout the supply chain, launching zero-emission vehicle pilot projects, and creating a digital route planning system to minimize environmental impact. Other initiatives focus on optimizing operational management and loading, making logistics platforms more environmentally friendly, and standardizing impact measurement methods for energy transition projects in transport and logistics. The coalition was launched in 2019 and has received support from French President Emmanuel Macron. The initial findings of the Coalition's work will be presented at the IUCN World Conservation Congress in January 2021. By collaborating and leveraging their expertise, these companies aim to drive technological breakthroughs and achieve tangible results in the energy transition for transport and logistics by the end of the decade. More details : Here
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New Energies, The Energies Coalition for Transport & Logistics aims to accelerate the development of energy and technology solutions to reduce the impact of the sector on climate change
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