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#Events #Industrial Scenarios #sustainable mobility
December - January 2023

The challenges of the new mobility in the spotlight at Futurmotive - Expo & Talks

Appointment from 16 to 18 November 2023 at the Bologna Exhibition Centre for the international exhibition on the future of mobility, the energy and ecological transition and innovations in the automotive sector. The new website is online
Enrica Lazzarini

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#Laws and regulations #sustainable mobility
December - January 2023

Euro 7 legislation. More restrictive but neutral limits

The proposal affects emissions from exhausts, brakes and tyres, regardless of the type of fuel used. Stricter rules for electric cars as well
Simonluca Pini – Contributor Editor of Il Sole 24 Ore

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October 2018

Car pollution, CO2 drops to new lows thanks to new vehicle registrations

In Italy, from 2008 to 2017, CO2 went from 144.3 g / km to 112.4 g / km. A positive result indeed when compared with the average trend in other EU countries. These figures, from Unrae source, emerge from data processed by the Autopromotec Observatory
Editorial Staff - Autopromotec Observatory
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#New Technologies #e-mobility #Industrial Scenarios #sustainable mobility
May 2018

Electric cars, all the figures of a growing market

Over three million EVs are currently circulating around the world, of which 1.3 million sold in 2017 alone, boosting the transition towards a more sustainable mobility. China, Europe and the US are the largest markets. By 2030 eight out of every ten new vehicles will be battery-powered. However, a few loose ends need to be tied up first.
Gennaro Speranza - Econometrica
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#Innovation #Industrial Scenarios #Infrastructures #sustainable mobility
May 2018

Autonomous vehicles, more cities engaged in safety tests

According to a recent classification by Bloomberg Philanthropies over one hundred cities around the world are currently engaged in testing self-driving cars and the list keeps growing with North America and Europe leading the way. By 2030 this market segment might be worth around 95 billion dollars.
Dino Collazzo
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