MOBILITY TRANSITION IN CHINA

PROJECTS contributing to this knowledge platform:

Sino-German Cooperation on Low Carbon Transport

The project supports the Chinese Ministry of Transport (MoT) and Chinese policy-makers on city-level in elaborating effective and efficient implementation strategies to further develop a climate-friendly transport sector. It also supports the Sino-German policy dialogue on long-term climate change mitigation strategies and the potentials of digitalization for climate-friendly transport.

Supported by: German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU)

Overall term: 2015 to 2022

Sino-German Cooperation on Mobility and Fuels Strategy (MFS) as a Contribution to the Mobility and Transport Transition

The project promotes the dialogue between Germany and China on sustainable design of the transformation of the transport system. It focuses on integrated mobility, especially on mobility and transport hubs, sector coupling, rural mobility and demographic change, as well as the potentials of micro mobility and non-motorized transport. At the same time, it evaluates related concepts and techniques as well as the impact of digitalization to support a sustainable mobility transition in China and Germany.

Supported by: German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI)

Overall term: 2019 to 2021

NDC Transport Initiative for Asia

This regional initiative aims at a holistic approach to decarbonize the transport sector in China, India, Vietnam, and further Asian countries. This includes, for example, the development of a coherent strategy for efficient policy approaches which is coordinated between various sector ministries, civil society and the private sector.

Supported by: German Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU)

Overall term: 2020 to 2024

safety improvements for the transport of dangerous goods in china

The aim of this project is to prevent accidents involving dangerous goods through improving the safety of their transportation: The project supports the Ministry of Transport (MoT) with the establishment of a sound legal framework and laying down standards which are internationally compliant.

Supported by: German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)

Overall term: 2019 to 2021

Sustainable Energy Supply for Ships in Chinese Ports

This project aimed to establish environmentally friendly solutions for the external electricity supply of ships in order to control the air pollution in Chinese ports. Before its early termination due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the project developed initial recommendations for the use of liquified natural gas and engaged in dialogue with different stakeholders.

Supported by: Federal Ministry Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)

Overall term: 2019 to 2020