Accelerating our journey towards a fossil-free future of mobility requires us to think beyond our dependence on singular technologies, scarce resources or sensitive infrastructures.
Join us as we explore the hybrid futures of mobility.
It is not a race between different technologies. It is a joint effort towards net zero.
We believe in the importance of meeting across borders, learning from each other’s cultures and sharing ideas to continue to find new ways to grow. But we also know the future of mobility needs to be rewritten. With the continued dependency on fossil fuels, a growing population and unsustainable consumption patterns, the Paris Agreement goal of limiting temperature increase to 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels is at risk.
For global mobility to reach net zero by 2050, we can't rely on singular technologies, scarce resources or sensitive infrastructures. Minimizing greenhouse gas emissions as much as possible as soon as possible is crucial, and getting there is going to require everyone to work together to address diverse needs.
Diverse circumstances call for diverse solutions.
In a world of constant flux, with fast changing lifestyles, different regions demand different power solutions to accelerate their transitions. In some places, access to clean energy is readily available, while infrastructures are just beginning to change in other parts of the world. Accelerating towards a fossil-free future of mobility demands decisive actions that address lifecycle perspectives, circularity, a strong collaboration between public and private actors and sustainable production models.
That’s why we need to ramp up our efforts to give us a much bigger set of solutions to tackle our climate crisis, from electricity, eFuels, biofuels, hydrogen, fuel cells and fuel hybrids to range extenders. All of these could play an essential role in mobility and our journey towards a different future. There’s little time. Let’s follow every path by exploring the hybrid futures of mobility.