17. June 2015

New Springer publication: E-Mobility in Europe – Trends and Good Practice

Focusing on technical, policy and social/societal practices and innovations for electrified...

17. March 2015

One step at a time: A complexity perspective for the next generation of EV policy

A Dutch team of E-Mobility NSR colleagues produced a compact draft in which recent developments of...

17. February 2015

New book: Global perspectives on EV Business Models

E-Mobility NSR project team members, Dr Richard Kotter and Prof Ghanim Putrus, Northumbria...

International analysis: Stakeholder strategies for realization of electric vehicle recharging infrastructure

11. February 2014

The E-Mobility NSR team at TU Delft has conducted an international analysis of current stakeholder strategies and agents involved in the set up of EV recharging infrastructure. The report shows how various stakeholders have approached the build-up of a public recharging infrastructure for electric vehicles. In the resulting report we describe the dynamics for each of the seven North Sea Region countries: which stakeholders have taken part in the realization of the infrastructure, what have they done and why have they done so? Differences between countries stem from national and regional ambitions regarding E-Mobility and subsequent policy measures, but also from the structure of the energy sector and prevalent electricity production methods.

In general, it is concluded that in the most ambitious countries enough momentum was created to trigger a wide variety of stakeholders to invest. Other countries have concentrated their efforts in regional networks in order to realize critical mass on a local level. These countries have created conditions for technological innovation and learning, but have not created the momentum needed to realize a nationwide recharging infrastructure.

· Read the full analysis here.