Climate, air pollution, transport… these buzzwords figure high on the EU political agenda. No wonder so: the air of our cities today is polluted with fine particles, SOx & NOx and transport emits no less than a 1/4th of Europe’s CO2 emissions. Time has come for a change. This is the strong belief of citizens and policymakers. The EU is
Invited to speak at the New Business Models Conference in Sofia (Bulgaria), from 27-28 June, LGI presented its latest research on the ever-evolving business models in the car sharing market. The business models research is part of LGI’s work for the project STARS (Shared mobility opporTunities And challenges foR European citieS), a Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Commission. The business models research is part of
The H2020 project STARS (Shared mobility opporTunities And challenges foR carsharing European citieS) has begun to draw the picture of car sharing in Europe, focusing mostly on the multidimensional services offered today and defining five basic types of car sharing business models. Exploring and boosting the diffusion of car sharing in Europe are the main objectives of the STARS project.