Economic assessment of strategies to deploy publicly accessible charging infrastructure

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Madina, Carlos; Barlag, Heike; Coppola, Giovanni; Gómez-Arriola, Inés; Rodríguez-Sánchez, Raúl; Zabala, Eduardo;
(2015)
  • Publisher: KSAE (The Korean Society of Automotive Engineers)
  • Journal: World Electric Vehicle Journal (issn: 2032-6653)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3390/wevj7040659
  • Subject: Business models | Charging infrastructure | Public access | Economic assessment

From the end user perspective, the main barriers for widespread electric vehicle (EV) adoption are high purchase cost and range anxiety, both regarding battery capacity and availability of accessible EV charging infrastructure. Governments and public bodies in general a... View more
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    Green eMotion, deliverable 9.4, “Envisaged EU mobility models, role of involved entities, and Cost Benefit Analysis in the context of the European Clearing House mechanism. Part 2”. February 2015.

    German National Platform for Electromobility, "Fortschrittsbericht 2014 - Bilanz der Marktvorbereitung", December 2014.

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