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Global partnership launches to drive sustainable mobility

Cenex, Cenex Netherland, Forth and uYilo, are thrilled to announce the launch of the Global Sustainable Mobility Partnership (GSMP). GSMP is a network of independent, not-for-profit organizations with extensive, practical and real-world experience in implementing low and zero emission mobility.

The mission of GSMP is to drive zero emission mobility solutions for all and the partnership will work with regions, countries and cities in a consulting capacity to share best practices and lessons learned on mobility decarbonization strategies and programs.

Together GSMP brings expertise in sustainable strategies, policies, programs and large-scale demonstration projects from Africa, Europe and North America. The four founding mission-driven members are located in South Africa, United States, Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, representing a range of geographic and cultural diversity with extensive regional knowledge.

The Global Sustainable Mobility Partnership is particularly enthusiastic to work with regions, countries and cities new to the zero emission mobility space in order to support their transition to clean transportation. Visit www.gsmp.world to learn more.

Robert Evans, CEO at Cenex said: “Cenex is delighted to be a founding member of this new partnership. Working with other independent, not for profit organisations means we can collaborate best practice and provide expert advice and support that is right for the local community and the environment as we accelerate the transition to sustainable, low emission mobility”.

Jeff Allen, Executive Director at Forth, said: “Forth is thrilled to join with other mission driving organizations to help countries around the world use clean, electric, smart mobility to strengthen their economies, clean their air, and promote more equitable transportation solutions. Every country deserves access to clean air and affordable transportation”.

Esther van Bergen, General Manager at Cenex Netherland, said: “This partnership provides regions and cities in all corners of the world single-access to a great and diverse amount of expertise for their quest towards sustainable mobility. Joining the GSMP helps strengthen Cenex Nederland’s mission to make the world a better place to live and travel in”

Hiten Parmar, Director at uYilo e-Mobility Programme, said: “Sustainable mobility is key to all developing countries while also being relative of developed countries progressions. It is through the Global Sustainable Mobility Partnership that bridges like-minded organisations each bringing a value add towards tackling the global climate crises agenda. The uYilo eMobility Programme shares the vision in this partnership towards bringing our experience to enable a resilient future for generations to come, as ‘uYilo’ itself means to create in Xhosa (South Africa)”.