FFI Zero Emissions contributes to FFI's impact goals by working to achieve zero emissions of emissions and to make the use phase more sustainable.
FFI Zero Emissions will contribute to:
- New solutions for zero emission emissions
- To increase the pace of the transition to fossil freedom
- Development of digital solutions to create an integrated system between vehicle, charging and tank infrastructure and the user
- Increase the resource and energy efficiency of vehicles from a use perspective
- To create operational, supply and energy security for vehicles and their associated infrastructure
- Promote understanding of risk management in a societal perspective
- The joint development of policy, regulations and technology
What we finance within FFI Zero Emissions
The sub-program focuses on financing project in the following areas:
- Efficiency in the entire value chain based on a sustainability perspective with a broader perspective on emissions, for example for components and systems. Sustainability refers to climate, environment, health and cost.
- Cost reduction in balance with climate benefits that enable implementation.
- Optimized societal benefit by taking into account the needs of society, such as adapting vehicles to behavior and type of use (rural, urban, shared mobility, etc.).
- Hardware and software optimization and electrical architecture in vehicles and charging and tank infrastructure, and its impact.
- Safety, regarding both technical solutions in the vehicle and the charging and tank infrastructure.
- New, relatively unexplored areas, where vehicles are used, for example, for energy storage / flexibility resource.
- Power electronics and optimized energy efficiency in the vehicle in the user phase.
This includes design, digital solutions, optimized service life and sustainable choice of vehicles and their use, but also their role in the future transport system, including charging and tank infrastructure.
The focus is on electrification (including fuel cells), but also smaller investments in other driveline alternatives for zero-emission vehicles are included, given that life cycle, resource and long-term perspectives are included.