Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:37
Topical Collection on Driving Societal Changes towards an Electro-Mobility Future
Integrated charging infrastructure: cognitive interviews to identify preferences in charging options
The aim of this paper is to provide insight into how people assess different charging options in the context of electric mobility and how charging can be integrated into daily activities. The central research ...
Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:35
Norway has been named the “capital” of Electric Vehicles (EVs) because the purchase and use of EVs in Norway has increased tremendously over the last few years. Currently, the fleet of EVs in Norway is the lar...
Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:34
The majority of current e-carsharing users are middle-aged men with a high education and high income; they are most likely to have a full-time employment. Women are consistently underrepresented in previous st...
Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:33
How to promote electromobility for European car drivers? Obstacles to overcome for a broad market penetration
Electric vehicles can be a successful mobility alternative, but several obstacles and challenges have to be overcome first. Especially the customers’ purchase decision determines whether an innovation like ele...
Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:30
This paper is concerned with incentives for the take-up and use of e-vehicles that are in place in different European countries. Especially, it analyses Norway and Austria, in order to establish and understand...
Citation: European Transport Research Review 2015 7:28