Particular Materials will attend the 2nd day of EITRawMaterials Expert Mobility Forum on Sustainable Materials for Future Mobility. The goal of the event is to trigger cross-value chain interaction and strategic alliances among European stakeholders that drive innovation in these sectors. Sustainable raw materials and advanced materials are key enablers for a successful Mobility Transition. The dramatic shift towards mass-market e-mobility has been triggered by the need for reducing CO2 emission and improving air quality in cities. This development generates a growing demand for new kinds of functional and structural materials. These materials contribute significantly to the overall cost of mobility, its environmental and social footprint, and the global supply chain dependencies that respective OEMs will have to cope with. The ambition of a Zero Emission Mobility will have to account for the ecological footprint of its enabling materials.
Our manufacturing technology is a perfect fit for the Forum goals as it’s entirely water based and has an extremely low carbon footprint; furthermore, its synthetic flexibility enables the efficient manufacturing of multiple materials with a single production plant.