Urban transport and energy efficiency
Urban transport and energy efficiency / Suzanne Böhler-Baedeker and Hanna Hüging, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit, 2012, 88 p.
Considering the challenges of limited oil resources, increasing energy prices, climate change, environmental pollution and health risks, it is essential to establish an efficient transport system that meets demand, but consumes as little energy as possible. The new SUTP Sourcebook Module 5h titled “Urban Transport and Energy Efficiency” serves as a navigator for decision makers and stakeholders, including local and national authorities, the private sector and non-governmental organisations. It provides a comprehensive overview of measures and policies designed to promote greater energy efficiency in transport, and assigns specific tasks and responsibilities to particular parties. Case studies illustrate international experiences in implementing measures to increase energy efficiency in transport. (© GIZ)