The world of mobility is changing. Infinergia studies the propulsion technologies used, the energy carriers and the new uses of mobility.
The questioning of traditional combustion engines in the face of climate change and air pollution in urban areas, the place of transport in the energy mix, or new ideas linking urban planning and mobility are all challenges to invent the mobility of tomorrow. For passenger or freight transport, new concepts must be taken into account when positioning yourself in this market: carpooling, intermodality, last mile, renewable fuel, charging infrastructure, etc.
Infinergia helps manufacturers, start-ups and local authorities to position themselves in this changing world.
Thanks to our expertise in the hydrogen sector, we are able to evaluate the potential of hydrogen mobility at different levels:
- Fuel cell penetration pathways in transport
- Potential study for a hydrogen recharging station
- Business model around the local uses of a hydrogen production site
Electromobility is revolutionising motorisation in transport and its uses. It substitutes existing modes of travel or creates new ones and leads to questioning the creation of value around its modes.
Infinergia brings its dual technical and economic expertise to answer many difficult questions:
What are the challenges and opportunities for the deployment of charging infrastructures?
Which vehicle deployment path: individual ownership or captive fleet?
What potential for soft mobility and market access routes?
CNG provides a solution for reducing local emissions, particularly in the freight transport sector and the use of commercial vehicles in urban centres.
Infinergia is particularly interested in this motorization as part of territorial development strategies.
For which uses is CNG suitable?
What complementarity with gas networks and biomass sources?