The Coalition for the Energy of the Future, an organisation launched in late 2019 which aims to accelerate the development of future energies and technologies to reduce the impact of transport and logistics on climate change, on Tuesday (23 February) announced the first milestones to be reached in 2021.
2021 will be a structuring year for the Coalition and its cross-industry working groups with seven projects to be developed; the projects are:
Additionally, the Coalition for the Energy of the Future welcomed three new members to the organisation. They join AWS, Carrefour, CMA CGM Group, Cluster Maritime Français, Crédit Agricole CIB, ENGIE, Faurecia, Michelin, Schneider Electric, Total and Wärtsilä in the Coalition.
The three new members are:
“Airbus has a leading role to play in the ambition for sustainable aviation,” says Jean-Brice Dumont, Executive Vice President Engineering, Airbus.
“We are convinced of the benefits that joint initiatives can bring in finding innovative solutions to reduce the C02 emissions of our industry — because we know this challenge requires a collective effort. We believe this coalition will foster the development of creative projects with effective results that will pioneer new mobility models across the sector.”
“PSA is proud to be a part of the Coalition, which is in line with our mission to enable greener logistics choices for all by working with like-minded partners,” states Tan Chong Meng, CEO at PSA International.
“We are excited to support the development of future energies and technologies, and to do our part to collectively create a more sustainable future for transport and trade.”
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Published: 24 February, 2021
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