MUSE

TO4

Supporting the shift towards a low-carbon economy in all sectors.

The project in numbers
Duration:
30 months
Start date: 01.10.17
End date: 31.03.20
N. Partner: 6
 
Progress
Budget:
1.407.133,58€
Budget FERS:
1.196.063,54€

The project in numbers

Duration: 
30 months
Start / End: 
01.10.17 to 31.03.20
Project progress: 
60%
Budget: 
1407133.58€
Budget FERS: 
1196063.54€

MUSE

Cross-border collaboration for Energetically efficient Sustainable University Mobility
Priority Axis 2
Cooperating for implementation of low carbon strategies and action plans
Specific Objective: 
OS 2.1.
Investment Priority: 
PI 4e
Typology: 
Standard
Overall Objective of the Project: 

The project aims to integrate energy efficiency and a reduction of CO2 emissions within the urban and extra-urban mobility strategies of the cross-border local authorities by testing innovative electric mobility services and by increasing the responsibility of the Public Bodies themselves, with the goal of ensuring the integrated planning of sustainable mobility.

Project summary: 

The MUSE project brings together 6 partners (3 Italian and 3 Slovenian), and 5 Associates (3 Italian and 2 Slovenian) in a close partnership aimed at improving energy efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions within the context urban and extra-urban mobility for the cross-border Local Authorities. As Lead Partner, the University of Trieste will lead the University of Ljubljana, the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, the UTI of Noncello (Municipalities of Fontanafredda, Porcia, Pordenone, Roveredo in Piano and Zoppola), the Regional Agency of Nova Gorica, and the Regional Agency of Ljubljana in the activities aimed at achieving the project’s objectives. The primary objective is to increase the Public Administrations’ responsibility for integrating energy efficiency within their sustainable mobility planning processes by establishing the relative guidelines and action plan. The guidelines will provide the methodology for incorporating the activities of the Sustainable Energy Action Plan (SEAP) and the innovative Sustainable Mobility Urban Plans (SUMP) on integrated mobility issues within the mobility planning tools.
The action plan will allow the PA to experiment with this methodology exclusively within the context of the university’s students’ and employees’ mobility, which will serve as a testing ground for the entire urban, extra-urban and cross-border mobility context. The secondary objective is to strengthen cross-border cooperation between Public Administrations via the cross-border Community, with the support of research centres, universities and operators in the sector. Finally, the project aims to promote innovative low-carbon mobility services by involving university students and employees in its pilot measures. These pilot measures consist of shared mobility services (e.g. e-bike and e-car sharing), with recharging points powered by renewable sources, and an information system for the management and monitoring of the charging points and mobility services.

Main results: 

The project’s primary objective is to develop guidelines and an action plan for the local Public Bodies regarding the integration of energy efficiency elements within the urban, extra-urban and cross-border mobility context. Thanks to the MUSE project, Public Administrations will improve their ability to plan low environmental impact mobility services, while students and university employees will have more sustainable mobility services at their disposal during the implementation of the pilot measures. In particular, during the course of the pilot measures, the project will implement and test energy efficient mobility solutions involving the use of electric vehicles inserted within a micro-grid logic, the production of energy using renewable sources, and the use of smart systems for monitoring and managing the mobility services themselves, with the support of ICT. Universities and research centres will capitalise on the research and studies carried out in the fields of sustainable mobility, energy efficiency in terms of CO2 reduction, and energy balances in the transport sector, while the Public Administrations will capitalise on the innovative initiatives envisaged by the project territories’ SEAPs and SUMPs. This collaboration will lead to increased knowledge and responsibility on the part of the public administrations. The development of a Cross-Border Community that fosters dialogue and the exchange of experiences and information between Public Administrations, Research Centres/Universities, and operators in the transport sector will ensure the durability of the project’s results, and will lead to greater awareness of eco-sustainable behaviour among citizens. In fact, citizens will have the opportunity to adopt or reinforce their eco-sustainable urban, suburban, and cross-border mobility behaviour thanks to the low carbon mobility services implemented by the partnership and promoted by the Cross-border Community.

Partner

Lead Partner

Università degli Studi di Trieste - Dipartimento di Ingegneria e Architettura

Trieste
ITA

Project partner 1

REGIONE FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA – DIREZIONE AMBIENTE ED ENERGIA - SERVIZIO ENERGIA

Trieste
ITA

Project partner 2

Unione Territoriale Intercomunale del Noncello

Pordenone
ITA

Project partner 3

Univerza v Ljubljani, Fakulteta za gradbeništvo in geodezijo Prometnotehniški inštitut

Osrednjeslovenska
SLO

Project partner 4

RRA SEVERNE PRIMORSKE Regijska razvojna agencija d.o.o. Nova Gorica

Goriška
SLO

Project partner 5

Regionalna razvojna agencija Ljubljanske urbane regije

Osrednjeslovenska
SLO

Documents

Poster evento annuale 30/05/2018Poster evento annuale 30/05/2018
MUSE_ITA_2.pdf
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Objectives and Activities

OBIETTIVI PRINCIPALI DEL PROGETTO

Il progetto mira a integrare efficienza energetica e riduzione delle emissioni di CO2 nelle strategie di mobilità degli Enti Locali transfrontalieri. Il primo obiettivo è la realizzazione di linee guida e di un piano d’azione. Il secondo è la realizzazione di una Comunità Transfrontaliera dedicata alla mobilità sostenibile. Il terzo è la realizzazione di piloti: sistemi di ricarica per la mobilità elettrica alimentati da fonti rinnovabili e un sistema di gestione e monitoraggio di punti di ricarica e servizi di mobilità.

 

SITUAZIONE ATTUALE DELL’IMPLEMENTAZIONE PROGETTUALE (30/05/2018)

Nella fase iniziale il partenariato si è focalizzato sulla strutturazione del gruppo di lavoro, sulle procedure di affidamento e sulle attività preparatorie.  È stato realizzato un primo incontro aperto per informare il pubblico degli obiettivi del progetto. È stato inoltre realizzato lo studio architettonico per la stazione elettrica di ricarica basata su smart grid innovativa presso l’Università di Trieste, che fungerà da pilota per altre stazioni simili.

Contacts

Università degli Studi di Trieste - Dipartimento di Ingegneria e Architettura

0039 0405583001
Piazzale Europa 1, 34123, Trieste, Italia
Lughi Vanni

REGIONE FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA – DIREZIONE AMBIENTE ED ENERGIA - SERVIZIO ENERGIA

0039 0403774194
Via Giulia 75/1, 34126 Trieste, Italia
Cacciaguerra Sebartiano

Unione Territoriale Intercomunale del Noncello

0039 0434392568
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 64, 33170 Pordenone, Italia
Brazzafolli Federica

Univerza v Ljubljani, Fakulteta za gradbeništvo in geodezijo Prometnotehniški inštitut

00386 (0) 12418532
Kongresni trg 12, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija
Šemrov Darja

RRA SEVERNE PRIMORSKE Regijska razvojna agencija d.o.o. Nova Gorica

00386 (0) 53306680
Trg Edvarda Kardelja 3, 5000 Nova Gorica, Slovenija
Nikic Jasmina

Regionalna razvojna agencija Ljubljanske urbane regije

00386 (0) 13061902
Tehnološki park 19, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija
Matej Gojčič