“The era of engines that characterized the last century is over and the era of sustainability begins. There are measures that will have an immediate impact such as the environmental rewards that will accompany the transition to electricity and others in the medium and long term.” Deputy Minister of Economic Development Gilberto Piccito Fratine Opening ‘Wave and Mobility in the Sustainable City, the two-day event that brought public and private institutions, shared mobility operators and the research world to Rome at Lanterna di Fuksas to analyze, build and promote new synergies for the development of sustainable mobility.
“The coming period – continued Fratin – will be marked by a change in the production system and the NRP contains resources to accompany many companies to change.”
We are facing something unusual for our country: Thanks to the next generation of the European Union, great opportunities open up to accelerate transitions towards greater sustainability than ever before And in order to accelerate our economic and social growth”, said Angelo Stecci Damiani, President of Aci, the Italian Automobile Club. He continued: “Mobility is one of the main pillars of this transformation, for its role in the daily life of all, for its relevance to our companies, and for influencing the national automobile system, with its modernization prospects necessary for road infrastructure. Therefore an articulated and complex transformation cannot be simplified while it must be rationally directed. A transformation that includes Aci and makes his experience and skills fully available to him.”
“We definitely have to work for Promoting environmentally sustainable mobility – He said Raffaella Paita, President of the Transport, Posts and Telecommunications Authority – This means increased multimedia that must be more effective and able to balance our territory as a whole.” “To relaunch electric mobility in our country we need Bigger investments, bigger tax breaks, and a boom in cultural quality“, He said Roberto Rosso, Deputy Member of the Transport, Posts and Telecommunications Authority I intervened in the panel discussion with Andrea Caso, Member of the Committee on Transport, Posts and Telecommunications, Giuseppe Chiazese, Member of the X Committee on Productive Activities, Trade and Tourism and Vice-President Federico Molicon.
The afternoon work continued with the focus dedicated to the European directives applicable in Italy with the interventions of Mario Conte, Mayor of Treviso and President of Anci Veneto, Enrico Pagliari, Director of the Aci Technical Area, Pierpaolo Settembri, Head of the Unit of the Directorate General for Coordination Mobilization of the European Commission. “There can be no sustainable transition without the participation of all the actors involved,” he said. Patrizia Toya, Member of the European ParliamentMember of the Industry, Research and Energy Committee.
Startups are tasked with investigating the pathways, methods, and funds to enable development, from the idea of a concrete project to its launch on the market with 2hire certification that develops vehicle telecommunications technology; Reefilla co-developed an innovative charging system for electric vehicles and Futur-e Foiling still in the crowdfunding stage, which brings electric propulsion to the marine world, Antonio Margiotta of the National Innovation Fund and Viametta Mataloni, Business Development Associate at Plug and Play Italy, Startup Accelerator in Modena Motor Valley.