Elías Unzueta, Head of the Engineering Unit at Petronor, has taken part in the Basque Country sustainable mobility congress, an event designed to promote the exchange of good practice for safer, more sustainable and healthier mobility.
During the event, held in Bilbao, Mr Unzueta took part in a panel discussion on 'viable alternatives to fossil fuels', specifically addressing the starting point of sustainable mobility with renewable hydrogen.
In the panel discussion, Mr Unzueta stressed that road safety is increasingly "linked to the challenge of sustainability". "To be able to move around without risk in an efficient and accessible way is fundamental for our quality of life, as is respect for the environment", he explained, adding that, for this reason, this year's Traffic Day "has focused on the challenge of sustainability in mobility".
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