InnoEnergy provides support for finalising and commercialising technological innovations that lead to new products and services.
The transport and mobility sector is responsible for not less than about 1/3 of Europe‘s energy consumption and about 1/4 of overall greenhouse gas emissions. Hence, this thematic area plays a significant role in the transition of the energy system of the EU. The need for a transition to an energy efficient and clean transport and mobility sector is also recognised in latest communications of the EU commission, as for example in the winter package for accelerating clean energy innovation in, as well as communications and staff working documents of the EU commission on, for example: the mobility-package.
Points of interest for InnoEnergy are currently, among others, e-mobility, hydrogen, alternative synthetic fuels, as well as, for example: smart integration of the energy sectors power and transport. We see opportunities in all transport modes, regardless whether land, air or water based. Also, there are currently no limitations in our interest towards transport of people or goods. Further innovation opportunities arise e.g. from new mobility business models, last mile solutions, multi-modality and sharing economy.