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System approach for grid planning and upgrade in support of a dominant electric mobility (vehicles and vessels) using AI tools
The transition of the energy system will rely on reducing the overall energy demand and making the energy supply side climate neutral, in current and future climate conditions.
Future-proof GHG and environmental emissions factors for accounting emissions from transport and logistics operations
Proposals should develop a comprehensive set of harmonised emission factors for the transport sector (freight and passenger), covering GHG emissions (CO2 equivalent) of transport and logistics operations.
Zero-emission e-commerce and freight delivery and return choices by retailers, consumers and local authorities
To support changing retailers and customers’ behaviours towards zero-emission freight delivery and return choices, the research actions will have to develop co-created actions able to increase transparency and consumers’ awareness of greenhouse gas emissions and other impacts (considering also socio-economic ones) of e-commerce, deliveries and returns.
Integrating European diversity in the design, development and implementation of CCAM solutions to support mobility equity (CCAM Partnership)
Research on the societal implications and deployment of CCAM systems and services has mostly been “geography- and culture-agnostic”, focusing instead on mobility behaviours at demographic level and prioritising factors like age and gender.
Generation of scenarios for development, training, virtual testing and validation of CCAM systems (CCAM Partnership)
Europe needs to manage the transformation of supply-based transport into safe, resilient and sustainable transport and demand-driven, smart mobility services for passengers and goods.
User-centric development of vehicle technologies and solutions to optimise the on-board experience and ensure inclusiveness (CCAM Partnership)
In the transition from human-driven to automated vehicles, optimising the on-board experience and overall satisfaction of users is paramount for high social buy-in and widespread adoption of CCAM-based mobility solutions.