Vision of sustainable mobility
Transport is one of the most influential sectors in achieving the national goal of reducing greenhouse gases emissions and with this associated transition to a low-carbon society.
While greenhouse gases emissions in other sectors are rapidly decreasing, there is still a trend of long-term growth in transport. Therefore, in the field of transport Slovenia must take bold action to reduce greenhouse gases emissions. Directive 2014/94/EU, setting out the development of an alternative fuels infrastructure in transport, falls within the legislative framework which implements the strategy of gradual transition to low carbon mobility.
In order to achieve the indicative target of the operational greenhouse gases programme (OP GHG) and the goals of reducing air pollutants in the air, Slovenia used an approach in the drafting of the strategy, according to which the necessary number of vehicles is first determined for individual alternative fuels.
In the future, the general public will need to be widely, reasonably and continuously informed about the benefits, relevance and the need to reduce the carbon footprint in transport. Only in this way users will understand and adopt individual measures and an integrated policy, including changing legislation that will greatly change individual and public mobility.
By implementing and favouring alternative fuels with the goal of gradual transition to low-carbon traffic, Slovenia will experience relatively large changes in the future.
In Petrol we are increasingly encouraging the use of alternative fuels, but at the same time, we enable to switch to alternative forms of mobility, as we want to become a leading provider also in the field of alternative fuels and smart mobility services in the region.