Impact Energies Forum

HUB Institute is fully committed to bringing relevant solutions to the 17 SDGs

The 17 SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals), adopted in 2015 by the Member States of the United Nations, are a priority to envisage a more sustainable future. By precisely naming the major issues of our century, they help guide today’s decision-makers.

Despite the breadth and complexity of the processes at work, many responses exist. In order for their positive impacts to radiate on a wider scale, it is necessary to support the actors who carry these solutions. This is precisely one of the missions of the HUB Institute, and particularly that of the Sustainable Mobility Forum, which will be held on May 12th, 2022.

The whole team is involved to make this edition an unmissable moment for solutions makers, whether they are elected, researchers, advisors, entrepreneurs… A single objective : to develop awareness on sustainable issues through the sharing of insights and good practices, relating to leadership, monitoring and training.

The HUB Institute brings together a community of 120 organizations committed to sustainable, HR and digital transformation

A community of decision-makers with access to inspiring and business case-rich events, trend reports & ongoing monitoring as well as unique relationships with our ecosystem according to their needs and challenges.
20 challenges for a mobility coaliation

20 challenges pour une 

coalition des mobilités

Between regulation by public players, innovation by SMEs and startups, and the strike force of major industrial groups, the best ingredients have been brought together to accelerate the coalition of players; tomorrow's sustainable mobility will be intermodal, electric thanks to new battery and recharging options, inclusive because it will be able to serve all territories, connected with the digital twin, and on the way to autonomy. 

 On February 1st, HUB Institute brought together French and European leaders to discuss the challenges of sustainable mobility for the 2022 edition of the Sustainable Mobility Forum. Take a look back at this event, which brought together 35 decision-makers and 1200 participants !