Reducing the impact, reducing costs
The Paris Agreement adopted on COP21 requires a global approach that promotes, on the next 40 years, an economic transformation which would make possible an “net-zero emission economy”.
The financing framework for Portugal 2020 is already focused on the decarbonization of the transport sector, with the reduction of CO2 emissions being one of the central objectives of this program, which evaluates all applications for funding in the light of its contribution to the decarbonization of transport.
The focus has been on promoting mobility based on walking, cycling and other no-motorised modes but, in order to achieve these objectives, all other systems that constitute transport (and parking) options will have to be considered.
TIS has sought to develop an articulated and comprehensive approach to the promotion of mobility strategies that contribute, significantly, to the nationally defined objectives.
We believe that only by considering multiple dimensions of intervention a move towards an effective de-carbonization of the transport sector will be possible, with the accompanying improvements in quality of life for populations and greater economic efficiency of the systems.
Energy Eficiency and Decarbonization
Our areas of expertise summarize as follows
Some of our experience in this area of business
More than 25 years creating sustainable, integrated and all-in-one solutions in the area of mobility and transports