Five finalist projects at the 2nd edition of the MUBIL Mobility Awards

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Five projects hope to win at the 2nd edition of the MUBIL Mobility Awards. These initiatives have been selected from a total of 31 projects from countries including Spain, France, the Netherlands, Italy, and the United Kingdom, as well as various proposals backed by the Basque Country.

Five finalist projects have been selected based on their major potential to positively impact the future of mobility. These proposals will be presented at the final event to a multi-disciplinary panel of judges, who will determine which two of this edition’s initiatives will win a prize of €25,000 and €10,000, respectively, along with access to the MUBIL ecosystem, and an office for one year.

Green Eel (by full&fast) (Madrid)

Portable energy accumulation systems using batteries; to provide access to green energy, when there is no electrical network nearby, when the network has gone down or when it has no power enough. As opposed to gensets/diesel generators that burn gasoline to produce electricity. Focused on 4 verticals: electric vehicle charging (both fixed and mobile); events; construction and network services.

Solum (Sevilla)

Solum is a smart green energy provider for micro-mobility fleets. Thanks to its in-house developed technology, a solar pavement, Solum can install an autonomous charging station at any location without disturbing the urban environment.

Liight MADRID / VALENCIA

The competition is based on the creation of an application that encourages sustainable actions such as the use of public transport, bicycles, walking, and other forms of sustainable mobility through technology and gamification.

NEMI MOBILITY SOLUTIONS S.L (BARCELONA)

Specialised in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) that provides solutions for rolling out and operating flexible bus services. Its focus is digitalisation and the optimisation of bus services, while maintaining the elements that make public transportation most efficient.

WISP (Paris)

WISP has developed an innovative solution based on AI (artificial intelligence) and real-time vehicle data to improve urban traffic flow by optimizing traffic light management.

Antonella Broglia will once again host this event, which will take place on 20 October at Donostia-San Sebastian's Tabakalera centre starting at 6:30pm.

If you would like to be there as part of the finale's audience, you can register through the following link

Five projects hope to win at the 2nd edition of the MUBIL Mobility Awards. These initiatives have been selected from a total of 31 projects from countries including Spain, France, the Netherlands, Italy, and the United Kingdom, as well as various proposals backed by the Basque Country.

Five finalist projects have been selected based on their major potential to positively impact the future of mobility. These proposals will be presented at the final event to a multi-disciplinary panel of judges, who will determine which two of this edition’s initiatives will win a prize of €25,000 and €10,000, respectively, along with access to the MUBIL ecosystem, and an office for one year.

Green Eel (by full&fast) (Madrid)

Portable energy accumulation systems using batteries; to provide access to green energy, when there is no electrical network nearby, when the network has gone down or when it has no power enough. As opposed to gensets/diesel generators that burn gasoline to produce electricity. Focused on 4 verticals: electric vehicle charging (both fixed and mobile); events; construction and network services.

Solum (Sevilla)

Solum is a smart green energy provider for micro-mobility fleets. Thanks to its in-house developed technology, a solar pavement, Solum can install an autonomous charging station at any location without disturbing the urban environment.

Liight MADRID / VALENCIA

The competition is based on the creation of an application that encourages sustainable actions such as the use of public transport, bicycles, walking, and other forms of sustainable mobility through technology and gamification.

NEMI MOBILITY SOLUTIONS S.L (BARCELONA)

Specialised in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) that provides solutions for rolling out and operating flexible bus services. Its focus is digitalisation and the optimisation of bus services, while maintaining the elements that make public transportation most efficient.

WISP (Paris)

WISP has developed an innovative solution based on AI (artificial intelligence) and real-time vehicle data to improve urban traffic flow by optimizing traffic light management.

Antonella Broglia will once again host this event, which will take place on 20 October at Donostia-San Sebastian's Tabakalera centre starting at 6:30pm.

If you would like to be there as part of the finale's audience, you can register through the following link