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New Mobilities

Improving air quality and respecting the Paris agreements with new forms of mobility


By 2030, 60% of the world's inhabitants will live in urban areas. Traffic jams and congestion have increased by 30% since 2010. The volume of deliveries worldwide will increase by 78% by 2030.
As part of the decarbonisation of transport, the emergence of new forms of mobility is a major challenge for the sector.

Apave and its experts can help you control your risks on a daily basis.

Your challenges related

to risk management

Picto human riskYour challenges related to human risks

  • The health and safety of your employees and users
  • Training your teams in the most advanced technologies to improve their skills and enhance safety


Picto technical riskYour challenges related to technical risks

  • Developing your network of recharging points and increasing the service life of your equipment
  • The highest safety level by testing and qualifying the materials and equipment used on electric motors
  • Optimised safety of your storage warehouses and routing of loan vehicles


Your challenges related to environmental risks 

  • Safe and environmentally-friendly recycling of electric batteries


Picto technological riskYour challenges related to Digital & Technological Risks

  • Cybersecurity on applications for users


Electric mobility is

a breakthrough technology

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A tramway
In Norway, more than half of new cars sold are electric or hybrid and the Norwegian government offers their buyers benefits (free parking and ferry crossings, etc.) as well as tax deductions.

China accounts for one-third of the electric cars in circulation throughout the world and imposes a 10% quota of electric cars on new car sales.

With 25,300 charging points, the Netherlands has the densest recharging infrastructure in the world.

Shared means of electrically-driven transport (cars, bicycles, scooters) are found in all developed countries.

Improved public transport also forms part of this project: extension of metro and tram systems, intermodal hubs for connection with rail or soft modes (bicycle, scooter, walking).

The major global challenges

of electric mobility

Electric vehicles (cars, bicycles, scooters) target firstly urban mobility and then sharing. These 2 aims are based on installing charging points or renting batteries for bicycles/scooters and digitising systems in order to manage sharing.
In parallel, local authorities are creating low-emission zones and/or urban tolls to limit traffic flow within cities or encourage green mobility.


These choices impact infrastructures:

  • creating lanes dedicated to soft modes
  • constructing urban warehouses for last-mile deliveries using alternative transport
  • installing charging infrastructures for electric vehicles

These are the challenges:

  • Developing urban traffic routes suited to different uses
  • Digitising these uses, particularly for sharing
  • Securing the use of electric mobility and improving reliability




A recognised risk management player for over 150 years, Apave supports its customers through a common approach geared towards progress for a safer and more sustainable world.

As such, we are able to work with local authorities and private businesses to overcome the challenge of innovation while giving you the benefit of the lessons we've learned towards making a safer world.

For every customer, we appoint a project manager and a multidisciplinary team to cover all aspects of your business as well as all impacts linked to risk management, offering efficient and pragmatic local support. It is in our DNA is to provide a high level of technicality while guaranteeing the best project management given your particular context, your objectives and your operational constraints.

Did you know ?

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By 2020, the number of charge points for electric vehicles in Europe was close to 200,000, compared to 100,000 in 2017, 70,000 at the end of 2016 and 50,000 in 2015.

Why choose




Transport: it is possible to take our training courses during employees' normal working hours, including night shifts.

350,000 TRAINEES

Trained every year.


There's always an offer tailored to your needs with a wide variety of teaching methods: face-to-face, enhanced face-to-face, blended learning, virtual classes, 100% digital.

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