|Policy status:||In Force|
|Policy Type:||Information and Education|
With the help of regional co-ordinators, regional roadshows, initial consultations, information materials, two national competitions, public relations and an online portal the “Mobility Management Action Programme” of the German Energy Agency is aimed at companies and organisations (including public administration departments, hospitals, universities, etc.), municipalities and mobility providers. The objective is improved coordination between supply and demand of private mobility, a shift from passenger vehicle transport to more efficient forms of transport, and improvement of communication about mobility. In the framework of the National Climate Protection Initiative the BMU is supporting the German Energy Agency’s “Mobility Management Action Programme”, which was launched in 2008 and under which local agents in 15 pilot regions have been informed in a focused manner about mobility management. Besides a comprehensive on-site situation review, the consultations focus on development of a basic concept together with start-up assistance for implementation. Implementa-tion of the action plan has greatly improved awareness of mobility management on a nationwide basis. In the course of 100 initial consultations concepts for operational mobility management have been developed for 85 locations. According to the regional co-ordinators more than 360 disseminators have been recruited for participation in the Action Programme. The average absolute potential reduction per location investigated is 1.4 million passenger vehicle kilometres and 248 tonnes of CO2 per annum. The estimated saving for the total Action Programme is thus more than 133 million passenger vehicle kilometres and 23,000 tonnes of CO2 per annum.
|25 Energy Efficiency Recommendations Applied:||Transport|
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