How to reduce the CO2 emissions of the city of Tallin?
Tallinn plans to increase energy efficiency by at least 20%, increase the share of renewable energies by 20% and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 20% by 2021, as compared to 2011. It also aims at reducing mobility related emissions through investing into data driven technologies to monitor and test initiatives.
The designed Mobility Digital Twin simulates users’ daily multi-modal mobility calculates resulting CO2 emissions. Cities get access to detailed traffic patterns by user segments, can predict future mobility and test a variety of new projects and scenarios, without any need for private data.
- Implementing a policy of free transports within Tallinn and between neighboring cities
- Applying new technologies for smart mobility, using data
- Promoting new events such as “Green Month” to incentivize citizens to the use of greener transportation