Using alternative transportation modes and fuels as well as a smarter approach to logistics management to meet the challenges of distribution
One of the consequences of a growing middle class with increased consumption of goods will be a rise in traffic and distribution of goods around and across countries in the coming years. This has an effect on CO2 emissions, noise pollution, congestion and liveability in general. These challenges can be met with a greener approach to the distribution of goods, for instance by using alternative transportation modes and fuels, and by incorporating a smarter approach to logistics management.
We invite you to explore solutions related to green logistics in more depth below, find potential partners, catch up on the latest related news and discover real-life case examples of how green logistics can help solve your distribution issues.
Connect with us: Maja Østergaard, Project Manager, [email protected]
Introducing the iEV Z, due to be produced in Denmark, is an innovation that will lead to a sustainable integrated transportation system that will change the way our cities function. The iEV Z is an intelligent electric vehicle that possesses a futuristic robotic body platform that is designed to change size based on your needs.
Our fleet of electric cars now include vans. If you need some extra space, we have some good news for you. Just this week, 5 electric Renault Kangoos hit the streets of Copenhagen. So If you are planning a trip to IKEA, Silvan or Bauhaus, a big shopping trip, moving your cousin’s surround system, an event with your street kitchen or just moving some small things, Kangoo is the solution.
As the first port in Denmark, the Port of Aarhus grants a tax discount to “green ships”. The use of tax discounts has proven successful for increasing green maritime transportation in ports of neighbouring countries.
Denmark is investing in the the energy storage and sector coupling technologies of the future. Two large-scale Power-to-X projects have been awarded grants totalling EUR 17.1 million, which will allow us to use green power as fuel for busses, airplanes and ships in the future.
The World Economic Forum, the Global Maritime Forum and Friends of Ocean Action launched the “Getting to Zero Coalition” at last week’s UN Climate Action Summit, with the goal of decarbonising the international maritime shipping sector by 2030. The coalition represents leaders from across the maritime, energy, infrastructure and finance sectors and is supported by decision-makers from government and international organisations.
Køge North Station will be a characteristic landmark for green mobility in the capital region of Copenhagen. A simple design, minimal use of resources and materials, and minimal maintenance costs have been key points in the development of the design. The main element is a bridge combining Denmark’s most trafficked freeway with the existing local […]