Portugal could take pole position with the energy transition currently being implemented around the world. It has sun, sea, wind, a deepwater port in Sines, and is committed to leveraging all these opportunities via a range of nationwide structural projects.
Norway is the country which is more quickly embracing electric mobility, particularly due to a policy of fiscal incentives which has already been in place for a decade. However, the rest of Europe is also doing fairly well in those markets which have committed to electrifying transport. So says Philippe Vangeel, the secretary-general of the European Association for Electromobility.
Electrification, hydrogen and biofuels are just some of the ways in which Galp is contributing towards more sustainable mobility, helping to decarbonise the transport sector.