“Mobility will be different in the post-pandemic world”

Consumption habits will have changed forever once the Covid-19 crisis is over. Mobility will be given fresh momentum due to the fact people and companies want to be more sustainable. Partnerships, good data management, discipline and long-term vision will be essential factors in the management of smart cities

Ultra-fast energy

Galp and the municipality of Oeiras have opened an ultra-fast charging point in Alges, the first in Portugal designed to fully charge an electric vehicle in just 20 minutes

The growing use of hydrogen in mobility

Technological diversity and the new solutions being tested in several different fields, such as hydrogen, are an essential part of the energy transition process and the decarbonisation of the economy

Autonomous driving: the human factor

According to Maarten Sierhuis, the Managing Director of Technology at the Nissan Innovation Lab based in Silicon Valley, California, understanding how human beings behave on the road seems to be the key to successful autonomous driving.

Companies closer to the future

Flow has just launched the first sustainable mobility management system geared to companies and cities, aimed at providing better mobility, a cleaner environment and savings

Sailing in solar mode

A number of companies in our country are already running trips on boats powered by solar energy. An innovative initiative that, due to its eco-friendly features, is attracting more and more customers