Fuels and Energy Vectors for Industry and Mobility

On the path to the ecological transition, it is crucial to consider a broad spectrum of energy supply sources. In addition to the growing importance of green gases such as biomethane, bio-LNG, and hydrogen, the role of traditional sources, which must be made progressively more ecological, cannot be overlooked. The use of renewable energies and electricity, while crucial, is not alone sufficient to meet the entire energy demand. It is therefore necessary to explore ways of integration and collaboration between different energy sources, focusing on technological innovation. Institutions are also actively working to support companies and societies in this direction, for example through the provision of funds from the PNRR, thus demonstrating a concrete commitment to energy sustainability and ecological transition.

Urban and Extra-Urban Future Service Stations

Service stations are evolving into advanced energy hubs, capable of providing a wide range of fuels and services. This evolution includes the integration of innovative solutions such as hydrogen and electric charging stations, while maintaining the offer of traditional fuels. The aim is to create multifunctional spaces that meet the emerging needs of motorists while promoting sustainability and energy efficiency.

In this context, the creation of three special areas is planned, designed to reflect the diversity and innovation in the service station sector. The areas, developed in collaboration with Giancarlo Zema Design Group, will offer a concrete vision of the future of service stations.

These areas will allow exhibiting companies to present their most innovative products, enabling visitors and industry operators to directly interact with the latest in technology and solutions for the mobility of tomorrow. An Urban Service Station, designed to integrate seamlessly into the urban fabric, offering quick and efficient services for an urban clientele.

An Extra-Urban Service Station, designed for long-distance travelers, providing a wide range of services to meet the needs of those traveling longer distances.

Credits: Giancarlo Zema Design Group | Architecture + Design

A Hydrogen Service Station, named "Hydrogenforest," which will be a cutting-edge model for hydrogen refueling, representing the future of sustainable mobility.

Credits: Giancarlo Zema Design Group | Architecture + Design