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The Local Transport Company of Palma has participated in about 40 family events, workshops and school activities during the last year, presenting the European pilot project “Green Hysland” and explaining citizens how they can contribute to reducing emissions to the atmosphere through sustainable mobility.
The event will bring together transport operators, policy-makers, manufacturers and industry experts to discuss decarbonisation of the bus sector and aims to provide a complete overview of the considerations for deploying zero emission fleets at scale.
Launched in September 2022, TwInSolar is a Horizon Europe project which aims at fostering a massive integration of solar energy, and at accelerating the energy transition in the French island of La Reunion, located in the Indian Ocean.
The aim of this call is to identify and provide technical support to 30 islands or groups of islands for the next three years, propelling islands towards the ambitious target of achieving complete energy independence through 100% renewable sources by 2030.
Our project has been selected among the 11 finalists of the Green Gas Mobility Summit initiative. You have until 31st May to vote!
On the 26th of April 2023, Green Hysland partners gathered in Mallorca to discuss the progress of the project. They also visited two pilot sites: the green hydrogen plant in LIoseta and the EMT bus depot in Palma which is now home to the first green H2 buses of the island.
The Carbon Neutral Islands (CNI) project aims at supporting six islands in Scotland to become carbon neutral by 2040, and to replicate the results in other Scottish islands and in the mainland. The identified areas are Yell, Hoy, Raasay, Barra, Islay and Great Cumbrae (figure 1).Discover