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News 13 July 2022

Sustainable mobility: tech solutions for reducing the road transport sector’s environmental footprint

Operating through the IFPEN Transports Energie Carnot Institute, IFP Energies Nouvelles (IFPEN) has published the findings of an economic, energy and environmental study into French road transport technologies in the lead-up to 2040, co-funded by the ADEME.

Swumble™ concept
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SWUMBLE™ concept: high efficiency gasoline engine for future hybrid vehicles

IFPEN proposes an innovative combustion system based on Swumble™ approach and advanced engine control algorithms.
Connected vehicles
Innovation and Industry

Connected mobility

Connected mobility OVERVIEW AND CHALLENGES At a time when mobility is evolving to address the objectives of decarbonization, mobility data represent crucially important resources. Even before the advent of driverless vehicles, it is necessary to be able to understand, analyze and, indeed, predict major events (Covid-19, natural disasters, pollution, etc.)
Carnot IFPEN Transports Energie
Innovation and Industry

Carnot IFPEN Transports Energie

The Carnot IFPEN Transports Energie, a member of the Carnot network for more than 15 years! The Carnot IFPEN Transports Energie was awarded the “Carnot Institute” label by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation as soon as it was launched, in 2006. It has been pursuing its
Motorisations thermiques
Innovation and Industry

IC powertrains

IC powertrains OVERVIEW AND CHALLENGES In addition to electrification, achieving the ambitious CO2 emission reduction targets for the transport and off-road sector by 2030 requires a significant improvement in IC engines using environmentally-friendly fuels or renewable hydrogen, in such a way as to: make clean, efficient technologies accessible to all
Motorisations hybrides et électriques
Innovation and Industry

Electrified Mobility

Electrified Mobility Overview and challenges Globally, the transport sector is responsible for 24% of greenhouse gas emissions (GGEs) (31% in France). To reduce them on a local level, recourse to electric energy is intensifying across all market segments and in every country, from private vehicles to the public transport and