Urban mobility is one of the toughest challenges that cities face today together with the environmental, social and economic sustainability. In this context, many activities promote the incremental improvement in fuel efficiency and vehicle emissions control, promoting also the migration from fossil-based to renewable-based vehicles. The paper presents the project of a sustainable University Campus, where the use of different kinds of electric vehicles charged through the solar energy available in the Campus lets the reinforcement of the public transport system.

E-campus: The 'sustainabilization' of engineering Bovisa Campus

BRENNA, MORRIS;DOLARA, ALBERTO;FOIADELLI, FEDERICA;LEVA, SONIA;LONGO, MICHELA
2016

Abstract

Urban mobility is one of the toughest challenges that cities face today together with the environmental, social and economic sustainability. In this context, many activities promote the incremental improvement in fuel efficiency and vehicle emissions control, promoting also the migration from fossil-based to renewable-based vehicles. The paper presents the project of a sustainable University Campus, where the use of different kinds of electric vehicles charged through the solar energy available in the Campus lets the reinforcement of the public transport system.
EEEIC 2016 - International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering
9781509023196
9781509023196
E-Mobility; Electric Vehicles; Green Energy; Sustainable Campus; Energy Engineering and Power Technology; Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment; Electrical and Electronic Engineering
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