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Tag Archives: fossil free
VTI in research programme Triple F (Fossil Free Freight)
VTI is part of the consortium that has been commissioned by the Swedish Transport Administration to conduct a research programme with focus on fossil free freight transports. The programme, called Triple F, will run for 12 years. Part of the programme is targeted at policy instruments. The...
Posted in Energy and Fuel, Freight Transport, Policy and Planning Tagged carbon dioxide, emissions, fossil free, freight transport, Triple F Comments Off on VTI in research programme Triple F (Fossil Free Freight)
Self-driving buses for near future
A self-driving, fossil-free bus. This idea might become reality through a forthcoming collaborative project involving the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), Linköping University and several other participants. The project group aims to have the self-driving bus in...
Posted in Environment and Climate, Intelligent Transport Systems, Vehicles Tagged fossil free, Linköping, selfdriving bus Comments Off on Self-driving buses for near future
Fossil-free fuels make a clear leap forward
Each year the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI) organizes the Nordic region’s largest annual conference for the transport sector. For three years running there has been a session on Transportforum dealing with the development of new infrastructure for the fossil-free...
Posted in Conference, Energy and Fuel, Environment and Climate, Passenger Transport Tagged biogas, climate, fossil free, fossil fuels, hydrogen station, hydrogen-powered Comments Off on Fossil-free fuels make a clear leap forward