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Sustainable Mobility


Sustainable mobility is mobility which does everything to avoid putting its users in danger.

The partnership between the Renault Group and the Fédération Nationale des Sapeurs-Pompiers de France (French National Fire-fighters Federation or FNSPF) dates back to 2012.

Our common goal? To work to continuously improve our expertise in tertiary safety.
N.B! Tertiary safety refers to all the emergency operations implemented on vehicles which have been in an accident or caught fire.

This collaborative approach is used both upstream – we continuously seek to design vehicles which take into account the constraints facing fire-fighters for more efficient and safer operations – and downstream via training and awareness activities with fire-fighters in France and overseas.

With a major new challenge today: marketing more sustainable vehicles run on alternative energy sources which require appropriate tertiary safety training. Sustainable mobility is pushing us to change!

Sustainable mobility is mobility which informs users about risks and good practices.

Global Road Safety Partnerhsip (GRSP) acts under the auspices of the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC). It brings together public and private players involved in the issue of road safety, particularly within developing nations.

The Renault Group, a car manufacturer with an international presence, acknowledges its responsibility as a leading player for more sustainable and safer mobility.

To give ourselves the means to achieve this, we are involved at the very heart of GRSP both as a member of the Executive Committee and as a long-term partner. Our work? We raise awareness in countries where we have a presence.


In 2019, through its call for projects on reducing the environmental footprint of daily commuting, the Renault Foundation has chosen to support for 3 years, éhop, an association that aims to develop the practice of carpooling between home and work in the Bretagne-Pays de Loire region (France). With the cooperation of several territories in the region, the financial support of the Renault Foundation will enable éhop to conduct an experiment in a local, cross-generation carpooling network in rural areas.

Through its philanthropic activities, the Renault group encourages local initiatives that promote inclusive mobility. This is why, in 2019, following a call for projects, the Renault Foundation has chosen to support the association Mobilité 07-26 which operates in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region (France).

This is a Mobility for Integration platform whose primary aim is to promote the mobility of people in difficulty and seeking professional integration.

The association responded to the Foundation’s call for projects with the purpose of creating an electric car-sharing system in areas with no or poor public transport services.

A sustainable mobility is one that is more electric, shared and based on renewable energies.

WWF France works every day to offer future generations a living planet. WWF France is a foundation that works to halt environmental degradation and build a future where humans live in harmony with nature.

Groupe Renault, pioneer of the electric vehicle, is actively committed in favor of a more sustainable mobility through the development of intelligent electric ecosystems and more shared mobility services accessible to all.

In response to this joint desire to work towards a transformation of the transport sector, Groupe Renault and WWF France have formed a partnership to study the transition to a larger scale of electromobility solutions, which will make it possible to reduce the ecological footprint of cities and territories, by working both on the transformation of technologies and mobility uses.