European mobility week: join the campaign
Wednesday 16 September will mark the launch of this year’s all-virtual European Mobility Week.
This year’s theme is zero-emission mobility for all. As is evident from the table below, several North Sea Region projects are helping to fulfil that vision.
One of them is our RegioStars Awards contender, HyTrEc2, spearheading the use of green hydrogen fuel made from solar and wind power.
Simple ways to engage
The campaign offers you several simple ways to show that you are part of the European community working to bring on smart, green solutions and cut transport emissions:
1) Highlight your work in social media posts. You can use the rich illustration pack available to support the campaign. You could link to existing content on your website or a new article.
2) Register a mobility action. Organisations are invited to showcase their mobility actions. Please note that the action cannot consist in technology only, this is about behaviour. If your entry is found eligible, this will be published on the campaign website.
Projects working towards zero emissions from transport:
|AVATAR||Sustainable urban freight transport using zero-emission autonomous vehicles|
|BITS||Using ITS to promote urban cycling|
|DUAL Ports||Decarbonising small and medium ports|
|G-PaTRA||Sustainable mobility in rural areas|
|HyTrEc2||Green hydrogen in transport|
|MOVE||Green transport in rural areas|
|SEEV4-City||Smart, clean energy and electric vehicles 4 the city|
|Share-North||Promoting shared mobility|
|Stronger combined||Combined mobility in the rural public transport system|
|SURFLOGH||Smart urban freight logistics|
|WASP||Promoting wind-assisted ship propulsion|
|ZEM Ports NS||Zero emissions ports|