Latvia’s smart energy sector encompasses hydrogen initiatives, wind energy, solar, hydroelectric power and ammonia based energy solutions.

Latvia’s smart energy sector encompasses hydrogen initiatives (Naco Technology, Green Tech Cluster), wind energy (ELWIND), solar (Latvenergo, Institute of Physical Energetics), hydroelectric power (Latvian HPP), and ammonia based energy solutions (PurpleGreen). The sector also focuses on the production, transportation, transformation, and utilization of various other bioenergy sources.

Latvian smart mobility initiatives are transforming cities through the integration of electric transportation solutions (Electrify, GetUgo, Transport and Telecommunication Institute), advanced public transit systems (Rīgas Satiksme, Riga Technical University), bike lanes, and ride-sharing services (Fiqsy). These efforts are all part of a broader strategy to develop a comprehensive ecosystem aimed at reducing congestion and minimizing CO2 emissions. Additionally, Latvia is pioneering aviation technologies with hydrogen engines that emit no harmful elements into the atmosphere (Fokker Next Gen), along with other innovative and eco-friendly transportation options.

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