Zemo to refocus efforts on developing clear pathway to zero emission mobility for UK

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Mon 11 September 2023 View all news

(Zemo news release:) Following a strategic review to coincide with Zemo’s 20th anniversary, the Partnership is announcing the creation of a new Zero Emission Mobility Taskforce which aims to become a leading authority on the policies and pathways needed to achieve a successful transition to net zero road transport in the UK and the economic benefits that can be secured from the transition.

Progress towards the targets will be benchmarked and monitored through the creation of a series of Zemo Zero Emission Mobility Roadmaps.

Zemo will harness its convening powers, developed over two decades, to engage the widest range of stakeholders in this endeavour; not just representatives of the Partnership’s existing (c240) members, but inviting those representing government (at all levels), industry, road user & consumer groups, NGOs and other sector experts to make the commitment to achieving net zero from road transport and securing associated economic benefits for the UK.

Zemo is uniquely placed to make this happen; building on the Partnership’s success and experience over the last two decades; drawing on the trust and respect that has been established and driving the cross-sector collaboration that’s part of Zemo’s DNA and vital to our sustainable transport future.

Zemo is inviting all those interested in developing a zero emission transport system for the future to join and take part.

Focused around Zemo’s existing Working Groups, Zero Emission Mobility Roadmaps will be produced for:

  •         Personal Mobility
  •         Public Mobility
  •         Moving Goods & Services
  •         Sustainable Fuel Supply
  •         Infrastructure Supply
  •         Vehicle Supply

To introduce the plans, Zemo held three webinars in September:

  • Workshop One: Personal Mobility & Net Zero
  • Workshop Two: Decarbonising Public Mobility
  • Workshop Three: Moving Goods Sustainably


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