From private to public transport, electric vehicles are already the tommorow’s solution for sustainable urban mobility. Their development needs to rely on a secure, competitive and clean local energy.
This is the core issue of the Forum Energy for Smart Mobility, an opportunity to share views and make business happening.
With the collaboration of some leading European countries such as Denmark, the Netherlands and Germany, 300 experts will gather in Marseille.
The keyplayers of the energy transition for sustainable territories
The competitiveness cluster gathers a network of 520 members and 1 500 energy experts partners including major industrial groups, companies, research and higher education institutes and financial partners. The Capenergies network represents a strong ecosystem and an instrument encouraging economic development and competitiveness of the low carbon energy sector in the following French territories: Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Corsica, Guadeloupe, Réunion Island as well as in the Principality of Monaco. The cluster focus is on 3 strategic actions: Energy saving, smart management of energy, low carbon energy production and it covers 3 categories of territories : cities and metropoles, rural and mountain areas, island and isolated sites. Since its creation, 630 innovative projects have been labelled and 329 projects have been funded representing 475 billion euros of assistance.
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The Energy For Smart Mobility Forum takes place under the framework of the FLEXGRID, the industrialization programme for Smart Grids. This initiative, which is led by Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur and driven by Capenergies, aims at the large-scale deployment of technological solutions in the smart grids sector. This makes PACA Region a smart grid pioneer territory, adressing the challenges of energy transition.