Energy consumption and emissions production are exponentially increasing worldwide and reports from the European union indicate that the transportation sector has one of the highest shares in environment pollution. More specifically, the road transportation sector is responsible for most CO2 emissions making urgent the implementations of actions towards sustainable mobility. Electromobility and alternative fuels are key solutions for a more environmentally friendly transportation sector. Scope of this paper is the identification of good practices concerning electromobility and alternative fuels, already implemented or planned in the Region of Attica. The good practices identified are classified and further evaluated for their effectiveness and their contribution in energy and emissions saving. The evaluation of each good practice as well as the identification of problems encountered during its implementation will become a useful guide for policy makers and stakeholders in regional and national level.
|Tags||eco-driving, electro mobility, statistical modelling, urban mobility|