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Biofuels for shipping

27/3/2020

Transforming shipping towards fossil free solutions is a major challenge since sea traffic by definition occurs without immediate access to fuel supply. Moreover, fuel consumption is significant and break downs can lead to severe risks. Without a reliable and seamless shipping, the global trade will be hampered. Presently the global shipping emits 2 – 3% […]

Source: SEKAB 20200309

Hydrogen within road and rail traffic

24/2/2020

Electrification of road and rail traffic presently seek new solutions enabled by on-board fuel cells that delivers power to electric motors without emissions of air pollutants and green-house gases. Most challenging has in the past been development of sufficiently energy efficient propulsion solutions in a life cycle perspective. Taking into account production, distribution and storage […]

Source: Vätgas Sverige, Scania samt Transportnet

New regulations on sea transport sulphur emissions from January 1st 2020

15/1/2020

Historically heavy bunker oil for ocean transport has contained high levels of Sulphur, being a residual product from crude oil distillation. The ship engine fuel combustion thereby generates emissions of Sulphur dioxide (SO2). Sulphur dioxide is harmful to human health, causing respiratory symptoms and lung disease. In the atmosphere, SO2 contributes to acid rain, which harms […]

Source: IMO

Back at Conlogic

8/9/2019

During the 1st of January and the 6th of September 2019 Magnus Swahn was employed by the Swedish Transport Administration. Magnus has during this time period led the Governmental initiated investigation on Horizontal collaboration and open data. During the same period Magnus also finalized the research report on Activity based freight data. First reports from […]

Source: Conlogic

New Challenges

3/1/2019

Since the 1st of January Magnus Swahn is employed by the Swedish Transport Administration to investigate opportunities and obstacles for access and use of more operational data regarding goods transport. The aim is to accomplish more efficient transport services and enhance tomorrows goods transport systems. The investigation on these topics and possible roadmaps is commissioned […]

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Scania develops electric trucks supplied by fuel cells and hydrogen

11/12/2018

In collaboration with Renova, Scania develops an electric truck where electricity is supplied through fuel cells driven by hydrogen. The project is a joint effort with KTH and the Swedish Energy Agency. Scania is also developing four distribution trucks on the same technical platform for the Norwegian retail company Asko. The truck will have a […]

Source: Ny Teknik

Lack of cobalt is hindering the development of electric vehicles

22/11/2018

A new report from the EU Commission points out how an accelerated introduction of electric vehicles (EVs) increases the demand for lithium-ion batteries (LIB). This is expected to increase significantly in the future. Considering annual supply and demand balances in global average scenarios, including the effects of substitution over demand is already perceived to exceed […]

Source: JRC

Binding reduction targets for CO2 emissions from heavy-duty vehicles

19/10/2018

The 18th of October the Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI) in the European Parliament voted on new binding reduction targets for CO2 emissions from heavy-duty vehicles. CO2 emissions from trucks represent 25% of total road traffic CO2 emissions and 6% of total EU greenhouse gas emissions. With no action this is […]

Source: European Parliament

Volvo launches an autonomous electric semi-trailer tractor

21/9/2018

Volvo recently presented their new product Vera, an autonomous and connected electric driven tractor. Its use is in freight centres where frequent and short distance transport of unified transport units is a common operation. The vehicles are designed to locate their position within centimetres, analyse what is happening with other road users, and thereafter respond […]

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Study for more efficient and more climate smart transport in Sweden

30/8/2018

The Swedish Government have decided to initiate three separate studies in order to enhance freight transport operations being more efficient and emitting less greenhouse gases. For these reasons the Swedish Government wants to evaluate if longer trucks should be allowed and how to stimulate the number of heavy duty trucks running on fossil free fuels. […]

Source: Swedish Government

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