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AI Mobility Landscape in the EU

AI Mobility Landscape in the EU

Monday, 1 de Augost de 2022

Artificial Intelligence (AI), capable of driving productivity and economic development, is radically transforming and impacting citizens, business, and public service. Its prevalence in everyday life will only continue to grow. AI research in the European Union (EU) focuses largely on security, regulation, and ethics. In this way it is staying true to its fundamental values by focusing on human-centred, ethical, and secure ways to embrace AI opportunities.

How sustainable digital technologies could enable a carbon-neutral EU by 2050

How sustainable digital technologies could enable a carbon-neutral EU by 2050

Friday, 22 de July de 2022

The study is the result of a thorough literature review and expert engagement in discussions and workshops with over 200 participants from academia, civil society, public administration, and industry. The researchers at the JRC used a normative back-casting approach, which means they took the goals of the European Green Deal as a starting point, and then examined the opportunities and pitfalls in the green and digital transitions in achieving this goal.

Review of CO2 emission standards regulation for heavy-duty vehicles

Review of CO2 emission standards regulation for heavy-duty vehicles

Monday, 11 de July de 2022

The CO2 standards regulation for heavy-duty vehicles is just one element of the wider regulatory framework that should enable the road transport sector to become climate neutral. Manufacturers are already well on the way to implementing strategies for a rapid decarbonisation of road transport. This will require a fundamental shift in powertrain technologies. Zero-emission vehicles, namely battery-electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles, will have to become the backbone of road transport if the sector is to reach its decarbonisation targets. 

From 5G to 6G Vision

From 5G to 6G Vision

Friday, 17 de June de 2022

The 5G for CAM Working Group of the 6G-IA has published this White Paper, From 5G to 6G Vision – A Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) perspective. 5G is now entering the massive-deployment phase. However, many challenges are to be solved, but it can already anticipate that, even though 5G is going to create a revolution in many sectors it will also find its limitations to provide the highly demanding requirements that some advanced services will call for. For that reason, the research community is already starting to think of what will come next: 6G.

Life Cycle Assessment for the determination of the environmental impacts of road vehicle transport system including air pollution and climate change

Life Cycle Assessment for the determination of the environmental impacts of road vehicle transport system including air pollution and climate change

Friday, 17 de June de 2022

 

The EARPA Foresight Group Energy Powertrains and Electrification (EPE) released a new HL Position Paper on Life Cycle Assessment for the determination of the environmental im-pacts of road vehicle transport system including air pollution and climate change. In the paper, EARPA´s perspective on LCA research needs are also presented. 

Monthly Oil Statistics

Monthly Oil Statistics

Thursday, 16 de June de 2022

The latest IEA's Monthly Oil Statistics report including March 2022 data shows that for: Total OECD production of crude oil, NGL and refinery feedstocks increased by 3.0% in March 2022 compared to March 2021; Refinery gross output of total products grew by 7.4% on a year-on-year basis; and Net deliveries of total products grew in March 2022 compared to March 2021 (+4.0% y-o-y).

Global EV Outlook 2022

Global EV Outlook 2022

Friday, 3 de June de 2022

The Global EV Outlook is an annual publication that identifies and discusses recent developments in electric mobility across the globe. This edition features an in-depth assessment of the EV battery supply chain and reviews government targets and strategies in this area. It assesses charging infrastructure development targets in key regions. A section on the integration of EVs into the distribution grid is also included.

Commission (Eurostat) publishes 2022 report on Sustainable Development Goals in the European Union

Commission (Eurostat) publishes 2022 report on Sustainable Development Goals in the European Union

Monday, 23 de May de 2022

The data included in the report show that the EU has made progress towards most goals over the last five years, in line with Commission's priorities in key policy areas such as the European Green Deal, the Digital Strategy and the European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan. While progress towards reaching some goals was faster than for others, movement away from the sustainable development objectives occurred only in few specific areas.

Batteries Europe is publishing 6 new roadmaps.

Batteries Europe is publishing 6 new roadmaps.

Friday, 6 de May de 2022

Batteries Europe, the European Platform for Research and Innovation dedicated to batteries, just released six technology roadmaps covering the whole value chain as well as a “reporting methodologies for continuous benchmarking of battery chemistry” joint document. The 6 roadmaps cover: new and emerging technologies, raw materials and recycling, advanced materials, cell design and manufacturing, application and integration: mobile and application and integration: stationary. 

United Nations science panel issues starkest warning yet to urgently cut global emissions

United Nations science panel issues starkest warning yet to urgently cut global emissions

Thursday, 5 de May de 2022

The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has published its latest report, setting out the action we need to take to put a brake on global warming, avoid irreversible impacts on our planet and meet the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global temperature rise to 1.5°C by the end of this century. With the contribution of hundreds of the world’s top climate scientists, the report on mitigation of climate change shows that, despite growing warnings, global emissions of greenhouse gases continue to rise.

1st European map of demonstrations and testing activities related to CCAM

1st European map of demonstrations and testing activities related to CCAM

Friday, 22 de April de 2022

This map, released by the EU-funded ARCADE Coordination and Support Action, aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the CCAM initiatives in Europe and visualise what is being tested where and by whom across the 27 Member States, the UK, and EFTA countries. This mapping helps to identify synergies, overlaps, and complementaries between initiatives and thus enable better planning and alignment for a coordinated and harmonised deployment of CCAM in Europe.