The EcoMobility project

  • Leleur, Steen (Project Participant)
  • Jensen, Anders Vestergaard (Project Participant)
  • Salling, Kim Bang (Project Participant)
  • Barfod, Michael Bruhn (Project Participant)
  • Ambrasaite, Inga (Project Participant)

    Project Details


    The Øresund EcoMobility project’s purpose is to promote sustainable and climate friendly transport solutions. Throughout the Øresund region, there is profound knowledge and many compentencies on the subject ”climate friendly transportation”. Øresund EcoMobility Knowledge & Innovation Centre strives to gather these competencies in a unified network of universities, industries and regional authorities. This unique network of regional competencies, will consist of over 40 experts within areas such as: cleantech, environmental science, infrastructure, city and transport planning, logistics and supply chain management. The project was built on three stages:
    1. Cross-science Triple‐Helix Thematic Knowledge Exchange Networks which gather knowledge on climate friendly transportation of goods and people.
    2. Øresund EcoMobility Knowledge & Innovation Centre, which carries out knowledge dissemination, innovation and competence building.
    3. Øresund Competence Building and Knowledge Sharing activities, such as publications, websites, workshops, conferences and courses for professionals, university students etc.
    The DTU team developed the EcoMobility model as part of its project contribution.
    Effective start/end date01/04/200931/10/2011

    Collaborative partners

    • Technical University of Denmark (lead)
    • Lund University (Project partner)
    • Trivector AB (Project partner)
    • Banedanmark (Project partner)
    • Roskilde University (Project partner)
    • City of Copenhagen (Project partner)
    • Copenhagen Business School (Project partner)
    • Malmö University (Project partner)


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