The TranSensus LCA project has kicked-off in Brussels, on February 1, gathering 60 representatives from the project partners.
The goal is to develop a standardized and transparent LCA approach to support the transition towards a climate-neutral transport system. For that to happen, the project will define and harmonise a commonly accepted and applied single Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) approach for zero-emission vehicles ZEV.
The project will embrace environmental, economic, and social aspects to provide sustainable products and optimize mobility solutions. The TranSensus LCA project is expected to make Europe the first digitally enabled circular, climate-neutral, and sustainable economy.
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The consortium is led by ECTRI Member Fraunhofer and is composed of 11 industrial partners and 9 research partners, along with 24 associated partners. ECTRI will support the project as associated partner.