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Renault presents the IV awards to the best practice in sustainable mobility

Renault IV Premios Movilidad Sostenible

Renault Spain made yesterday the IV awards for best practice in sustainable mobility. This event which celebrates its fourth edition, in which more than 30 projects were presented in three different categories. Counted with the presence of Isabel García Tejerina, Minister of agriculture, food and environment, Ivan Segal, managing director of Renault Iberia and President of the Renault Foundation for sustainable mobility and José Longás, President of the Club of excellence in sustainability.

In the Large businesscategory, the award went to BBVA by his “Plan mobility urban town BBVA”. This complex is known for encouraging public transport or streamline the private with actions such as the ‘sharing’ or a parking lot in which vacancies using an app can give up. The BBVA city has 251,000 square meters and buildings that make it feature sustainable materials and great efficiency.

Renault IV Premios Movilidad Sostenible

He awarded in the category of Public administration was the Town Hall of Sant Cugat del Vallès by your “company travel Plan”. The consistory has made an improvement in its communications and adapts to legislation which obliges centres of more than 200 workers to have this kind of program. Does it significantly, with an updated network of public transportation, electric and hybrid vehicles, and encouraging the use of bicycles.

The third and final award, in the category of SMEs/entrepreneurs went to Koiki. With his project “Koiki, delivery by people close to you” they seek a sustainable messaging, avoiding environmental this type of distribution problems. The three winners will be assignment for one year of a Renault Twizy, the Quad 100% electric brand produced in Valladolid factory.

Source – Renault

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