Digital Library on Green Mobility

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Mobility is transcending the traditional notion of traveling, hurtling towards automation, IoT and MaaS among other things. Technologies and business models are constantly evolving to keep pace with changing preferences and solutions.

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A Retrospective Review of China’s Clean Diesel Program

2021

Author(s): International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)

Since the 1980s, China has implemented a series of policies and regulations to address harmful diesel emissions, and this report is a comprehensive overview of the best practices emerging from the Clean Diesel Program.

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The Innovative Mobility Landscape: The Case of Mobility as a Service

2021

Author(s): International Transport Forum (ITF)

This report reviews changes in today’s urban mobility landscape and the potential of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) to improve travel in cities. It assesses essential governance and regulatory challenges that stakeholders must address to create a healthy ecosystem for Mobility as a Service which aligns with societal objectives and delivers clear benefits to people.

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Accelerating Citizen Centric Energy Transition 2021: The India Story

2021

Author(s): Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Government of India

India’s biggest asset as a global energy transition advocate and change agent is its own example. India is the only G20 nation whose actions are consonant with a sub 2°C rise in global temperatures. Its achievements in energy transition is way beyond its NDCs.

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This Knowledge Brief gives an introduction to battery trolleybuses with In Motion Charging, ‘the reinvented trolleybus 2.0’, and provides a specific focus on the infrastructural needs and challenges.

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Large-scale Bus Electrification: The Impact on Business Models

2021

Author(s): International Association of Public Transport (UITP)

This Knowledge Brief outlines the impact of large-scale electrification trends on the sector and the effect on operators’ business models. The change is significant enough to alter funding models and financing tools and a city’s governance structure.

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Going Electric: A Pathway to Zero-Emission Buses

2021

Author(s): International Association of Public Transport (UITP)

This joint publication of EBRD, UITP and GIZ is intended to facilitate policymaking and the development of electric bus schemes, and to assist project finance. It summarises emerging good practice across a range of important topics and geographies.

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A Study on the Secondhand City Bus Market in Europe

2021

Author(s): International Association of Public Transport (UITP)

Strict requirements for local emission reductions, extensive environmental regulations and higher expectations on passenger comfort have led to a widespread demand for only brand new or newer buses in fleet renewal schemes.

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Key Insights into Transforming the Informal Transport Sector

2021

Author(s): International Association of Public Transport (UITP)

Governments’ responses to the COVID-19 health crisis have had strong impacts on mobility, both on a local and global level. Public transport patronage has plummeted by 90% in some parts of the world, according to UITP’s COVID-19 Task Force, and the industry has been dramatically hit.

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Five Takeaways from REN21’s Renewables 2021 Global Status Report

2021

Author(s): International Association of Public Transport (UITP)

The Renewables 2021 Global Status Report compiles developments from the past year on the market, policy and technology trends in renewable energy.