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Greenhouse gas emissions from transportation account for 15 percent of total global emissions (24% in Canada), making decarbonizing the transportation sector a key focus in the effort to meet the world’s climate goals.

In late November, the Energy Futures Lab (EFL), in collaboration with Alberta Energy, held a one-day
Accelerator workshop sponsored by the Edmonton International Airport with the purpose of convening
relevant collaborators and partners to identify opportunities presented by a low-carbon mobility
future, and to help Alberta overcome the challenges to seizing those opportunities. The objectives of the
Accelerator were to:

  • Gain insight into the latest economic, policy and social trends on low carbon transportation;
  • Identify points of relevance to Alberta and the implications of these trends to the province;
  • Generate enhanced understanding of demand for low carbon transportation technologies
    and the feasibility of transport-related technologies as opportunity areas for Alberta;
  • Help accelerate initiatives in four key transport-related sectors that can help Alberta thrive in a low-carbon future.

Access the Post Report for an overview summary of the insights generated from the workshop.

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