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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...


Verzameling van folders, nieuwsbrieven, studies, rapporten, links en video’s over elektromobiliteit

Hier vindt u studies en andere informatie over elektromobiliteit, zowel van E-Mobility NSR-projectpartners als van externe bronnen.



Results of E-Mobility NSR

Policy and Analyses


Infrastructure and Routing


Awareness and Information


Battery and Smart Grid



Studies and Reports



Events

E-Mobility NSR Final Results Conference - Fostering Electric Mobility in the NSR Region

Hamburg, 01 September 2014, Germany

Towards a sustainable mobility – the future of electric mobility in Europe
Dr. Martijn van der Steen, Netherlands School of Public Administration, The Netherlands
Presentation 01

E-Mobility NSR – the project in a nutshell
Prof. Dr. Walter Leal, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany Presentation 02

Electric mobility in the North Sea Region – State of the art inventory and stakeholder analysis
Jan Jacob Trip, TU Delft, The Netherlands
Presentation 03

Towards transnational e-mobility travels
Leif Axelsson, PhD, Lindholmen Science Park, Sweden
Presentation 04

The role of EV consumer behavior in smart grid solutions
Prof. Dr. ir. Sidharta Gautama, IOF Innovation Centre i-KNOW-UGent, Belgium
Presentation 05

Bridging the E-Mobility information gap with E-Mobility Information Centers in the North Sea Region
Steen Olesen, Climate Consultant, Municipality of Høje-Taastrup, Kathrine Fjendbo Joergensen, Copenhagen Electric, Denmark
Presentation 06 Part I
Presentation 06 Part II

Creating Efficient & Effective Urban Freight Logistics Solutions in the North Sea Region
Michael Stie Laugesen, Head of Transportation and Planning Section, FDT - Association of Danish Transport and Logistics Centres, Denmark
Presentation 07


International conference "Policy, Practice and Profitability"

Haarlem, 10 October 2013, NL

Visual harvest of Haarlem conference published by Province Noord-Holland

The Dutch approach to electromobility. A wholesome three-some: innovation, green growth and climate/environment
Julia Williams-Jacobse, Project Leader Electromobility – Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs, NL
Video of the Presentation 01
Presentation 01

Stakeholders analysis EV infrastructure North Sea Region
Sjoerd Bakker, Delft University of Technology, NL
Video of the Presentation 02
Presentation 02

Emergent strategies for an emerging technology; how different countries and regions manage the introduction of E-mobility differently
Martijn van der Steen, NSOB (Netherlands School of Public Administration), NL
Video of the Presentation 03
Presentation 03

An electric success story in Norway, through powerful, but waning incentives
Benjamin Myklebust, ZERO Norway (Zero Emissions Resource Organisation), NO
Video of the Presentation 04
Presentation 04

CUFLOS - a forum for Clean Urban Freight Logistics Solutions
Michael Stie Laugesen, CUFLOS Denmark (Clean Urban Freight Logistics Solutions), DK
Video of the Presentation 05
Presentation 05

Car challenges
Maarten Steinbuch, Automotive Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology, NL
Video of the Presentation 06
Presentation 06

The economics of electric vehicles and renewable energy
Paul Scott, Cofounder of Plug-in America, USA
Video of the Presentation 07
Presentation 07

Re-charging in public places: available, inter-operable, easy to use?
Stephen Shaw, London Metropolitan University, UK
Video of the Presentation 08
Presentation 08

E-harbours: stimulating renewable energy for power and transport
Jan Schreuder, INTERREG project E-Harbours, City of Zaanstad, NL
Video of the Presentation 09
Presentation 09

Drivers and bounderies for wireless charging of electric city buses and trucks
René Zorge, PROOV, NL
Video of the Presentation 10
Presentation 10

How to adopt EV’s in corporate fleets
Kenan Aksular, Athlon Car Lease, NL
Video of the Presentation 11
Presentation 11

E-mobility and electric motorcycles - building a sustainable, high performance EV business
Richard Walker, ZERO Motorcycles, USA
Video of the Presentation 12
Presentation 12

How to set up intelligent charging infrastructure for EV’s at home, work or in public places that help make the grid more efficient
Brett Hauser, CEO Greenlots, USA
Video of the Presentation 13
Presentation 13



Links

Haarlem conference Youtubechannel with videos of all the presentations
International conference "Policy, Practice and Profitability"

in Netherlands, 2013


The new online E-mobility tool to facilitate location and design of publicly accessible EV charging: Interactive map
The prototype is designed to aid E-Mobility NSR project partners, Local Authority members and general public. The tool includes four functions: Gap Analysis, routing and the development of circular corridors, micro to macro visualisation of charge point distributions throughout the North Sea Region [virtual clustering], and the mapping of user feedback. See more at Natsmaps.


An interesting article on logistik-heute.de (german only)
from Tessa Taefi, Prof. Dr. Jochen Kreutzfeldt, Prof. Dr. Tobias Held, HAW Hamburg
City-Logistik: E-Transporter entlasten die Innenstädte


The Low Carbon Mapping (LMC) project of the Northumbria University: to link various ‘low carbon’ related research being carried out across Northumbria University with commercial opportunities.

The project has resulted in the Northumbria University Low Carbon Brain, which is live and searchable since August 2011. The first link guides you to the Low Carbon Map. It allows you search external organisations, funding, research, the clusters or Northumbria University. There is also a more complex section of the map. This allows you to see the Researchers at Northumbria and who they work with internally/externally, their research and other projects they are linked to.








Videos