As in the case of passengers, we obtain the resulting scenarios of energy demand associated to the coverage of the demand for mobility of goods, for both scenarios. The BAU Scenario maintains growing rates – approximately constant– over the entire scenario. By contrast, in the Efficiency Scenario there is a contraction in energy demand that tends to stabilise at the end of the scenario.
The demand for urban freight mobility is fully covered by road transport and in the two scenarios positive growth rates are maintained (although coming down) over the scenario, without reaching saturation.
As for intercity freight mobility demand, road transport dominates in both scenarios, although in the Efficiency Scenario the demand for mobility by this mode of transport stabilises towards the end of the scenario.