Climate-Effective Transformation of the Transportation Sector

IKEM is analyzing measures for the transition in transportation to support a dynamic and forward-looking transport policy.

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The successful transformation of the transportation sector towards greater climate protection depends on a variety of factors. Recent geopolitical and economic developments have led to uncertainties, disrupted supply chains, and challenging cost and price trends. Simultaneously, the requirements and measures of the transportation transition, along with its economic and social impacts, are increasingly debated in the public sphere. In the future, technological leaps, changing energy prices, and overall societal developments will also shape the transportation sector.

A transport policy aiming to support the climate-effective transformation of the sector must, therefore, be both dynamic and forward-looking. Against this backdrop, IKEM and its partners are putting together a team of experts to analyse and evaluate transportation transition measures on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport (BMDV). In addition, the team provides ad hoc advice for the BMDV on a wide range of issues related to the climate-effective transformation of the transportation sector.