DALLA GREEN-ENERGY ALLA GREEN-LOGISTIC: UNA METODOLOGIA PER LA PROGETTAZIONE DEI SERVIZI DI TRASPORTO SOSTENIBILI CON VEICOLI ELETTRICI

Antonello Ignazio Croce, Giuseppe Musolino, Corrado Rindone, Antonino Vitetta

Abstract


The paper outlines the main actions of a research project concerning: (a) the energy production from sea waves; (b) the design of transport services for passenger and freight mobility with electric vehicles. The idea is to transfer the energy produced from sea waves to electric vehicles for passenger and freight services near port area The paper, in particular, presents a methodology related to part (b) of the research project. The objective of the methodology is to support the decision-making process regarding the optimization of transport services for people and freight in an effort to minimise renewable energy resources. Transport system models are the core of the methodology, adopted to design transport services operated with electric vehicles. The methodology and the transport system models are validated in a practical scenario, represented by the touristic port “Porto delle Grazie”, located in the Città Metropolitana of Reggio Calabria, south of Italy. Clean energy is produced from maritime waves. Transport services are designed to fulfil people mobility requirements while optimising the use of energy resources (green transport services). The research was developed within the GRE.ENE.LOG. project, financed by Calabria Region (Italy).


Keywords


Sustainability, Renewable Energy, Passenger and Freight Mobility, Transport Services Design, Electric Vehicles, Seaport Area Experimentation

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