Clean fuels and fueling infrastructure

Increasing the use of alternative fuels and clean vehicles is key to reducing both local air and noise pollution and global greenhouse gas emissions. Clean fuels include biodiesel, biogas/CNG (compressed natural gas), LPG (liquid petroleum gas) and bio-ethanol. For their broader market deployment, the build-up of special filling station infrastructure for clean fuels and the electric vehicle charging station infrastructure is a necessary condition. 

List of projects where this technology is being implemented.

REMOURBAN

REMOURBAN is a lighthouse project whose ultimate goal is to design and validate a urban regeneration model in the cities of Nottingham (United Kingdom), Valladolid (Spain) and Tepebasi/Eskisehir (Turkey), while maximizing its replication potential in two follower cities, Seraing (Belgium) and...

READY

The READY project aims to demonstrate how the demand of energy and particularly the needs for fossil fuels and release of CO2 can be considerably reduced to nearly zero, and show a sustainable way to go for other European cities. Demonstration is taking place in two cities: Aarhus (Denmark), which...

GrowSmarter

GrowSmarter aims to stimulate city uptake of smart solutions by using the three Lighthouse cities Stockholm (Sweden), Cologne (Germany) and Barcelona (Spain) as a way to showcase 12 Smart City solutions: from advanced information and communication technology and better connected urban mobility, to...

CITyFiED

The CITyFiED project aims to develop a replicable, systemic and integrated strategy to adapt European cities and urban ecosystems into the smart city of the future, focusing on reducing the energy demand and GHG emissions and increasing the use of renewable energy sources by developing and...
List of demo sites where this technology is being implemented.

REPLICATE Site Florence

As part of the REPLICATE project, measures for sustainable mobility in Florence include:  100 Fully Electrical Vehicles (FEV) 10 EV’s for taxi fleet 151 Charging Points 147 recharging stations (40 in the district). 4 innovative fast recharge stations. Interopertional payment system Control system...

SmartEnCity Site Tartu

Tartu has around 100,000 citizens and it is a compact university city. It provides a very good development environment, to a great extent due to its proactive city government. Demanding cross-sectorial cooperation is well established in Tartu, and it has internationally competitive R&D...

SmartEnCity Site Vitoria-Gasteiz

The implementation area of the SmartEnCity project in Vitoria-Gasteiz (Spain) is the Coronación neighborhood, which is a highly vulnerable area from a social and energy-efficiency point of view. With focus on neighborhood regeneration, the actions in the demo site cover three main areas: energy...

CITyFiED Site Laguna de Duero

Laguna de Duero is one of the municipalities surrounding the metropolitan area of the city of Valladolid, the administrative capital city of the Castile and León region. This metropolitan area was established based on common urban and mobility problems defined by the spatial planning directive for...

READY Site Aarhus

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