Movin’On

Sustainability

BNP Paribas is a long lasting partner of this international ecosystem on Sustainable Mobility, alongside of more than 250 companies.

About Movin’On

Movin’On is an engaged international ecosystem on Sustainable Mobility – originally created by Michelin and of which BNP Paribas has been a partner for the last 4 years. As a Think and Do tank, Movin’On ambition is to become the international reference of sustainable mobility by promoting innovative solutions, and fostering collaborative approaches to deliver adapted products and services. As the world leading bank on sustainable finance, BNP Paribas brings its transversal expertise to this ecosystem

We want our community of interests to foster concrete collaborations to boost business opportunities and generate gains for its members, be they revenues for champions providing Energy Efficiency solutions or savings for companies implementing them. But beyond that we have the ambition to create a virtuous circle where Energy Efficiency would finance Energy Transition

Constance Chalchat
Head of Company Engagement CIB

Movin’on Summit

Movin’On Summit 2021 will be a reinvented 4-day hybrid experience, broadcast worldwide, to inspire, connect and engage mobility stakeholders in collective action on concrete solutions for more mobility with less impact.

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Tech & Innovation

VivaTech 2021: Perspectives on investing in the ecological transition

The road to net zero is a collective effort in which finance plays a critical role to help companies transition as well as to grow cleantech start-ups.

Sustainability

Solving the “profit-riddle” of clean mobility

Profitability could be a major hurdle for sustainable mobility to be mainstream, unless we tackle the ecosystem, from fleets to financing and incentives.

Tech & Innovation

Faster, more efficient servers recycle heat to reduce carbon footprint

Data centres are vital for banks, but are highly energy intensive. New technologies can help reduce energy consumption and still improve processing speed.

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MOBILITY KEY THEMATICS

ZERO EMISSIONS

COMBATING GLOBAL WARMING AND AIR POLLUTION

While the impact of climate change is an important conversation happening across the mobility ecosystem, achieving sustainable …

PRESERVING RESOURCES

DELAYING EARTH OVERSHOOT DAY & REGENERATING RESOURCES

Postponing the annual resource consumption threshold has proven to be a great challenge in recent years. Integral to this is preserving…

UNIVERSAL MOBILITY

MAKING MOBILITY SAFE AND INCLUSIVE

Despite the significant progress made in universal mobility, safety and inclusivity for all has not yet been achieved. In addition to the challenges of accessibility, especially for populations living in underserved and remote areas, the pandemic has also highlighted how social and economic inequalities can be amplified when cities and societies are disrupted by global events.

MULTIMODAL MOBILITY

Infrastructure and urban design centered on personal vehicles have undergone increasing scrutiny in recent years. Mass transportation and collective transit, long thought of as viable solutions to congestion and air pollution, are suffering as a result of the current public health crisis. Changes in human behavior, new technologies and the need for sustainable mobility planning are now accelerating the transformation of existing transportation infrastructures.

MULTIMODAL EFFICIENCY

BALANCING CUSTOMER DEMAND AND SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION

With freight volumes expected to multiply in the next few years, the public and private sectors must join forces to optimize distribution models and sustainable transport.

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