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Future Mobility Alliance Set up by 20 Hungarian, International Firms

MTI-Hungary Today 2020.12.14.

The Future Mobility Alliance has been set up by 20 Hungarian and international companies with the aim of promoting and developing sustainable transport solutions and innovation and to represent the Hungarian companies involved, the head of the new organisation said on Monday.

Gábor Pukler told a press conference that the alliance’s main task includes representing the professional interests of those involved in Hungary and abroad. Its further tasks include education, offering support to regulatory authorities by way of proposals, promoting sustainable development and participating in the development of alternative transport solutions, he said.

The three main pillars of the alliance’s strategy are education and the environment, cooperation, and a liveable environment, Pukler said.

Green NGO Refuses 'For Budapest' Award
Green NGO Refuses 'For Budapest' Award

The green NGO Levegő Munkacsoport (Clean Air Action Group) said on Wednesday that it would refuse the Budapest metropolitan council’s For Budapest award because it had failed to achieve a reduction in the “severe level of pollution” in the capital city. The NGO said in a statement that despite more than three decades of efforts […]Continue reading

The founding companies include E.ON Hungaria, Elektromotive Hungaria, Blinkee.city, Driving Camp, Hyunday, KIA Motors, KPMG, Nissan, Porsche Hungaria and Vodafone, among others.