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Session E6: Innovative incentive schemes for Electric Vehicles

Where is the EV market headed and how can we support it - learning from the consumers and the role government’s can play in supporting EV policies.

2019-05-21, 17:00-18:30
Venue: Lumiere 8+9

Chairpersons: Steven HAVEMAN, University of Twente, Enschede, NL; Matthias BREUST, Bundesverband Solare Mobilität e.V., Berlin, DE

  • DESIGNING PPP CONTRACTS FOR PUBLIC CHARGING. EVALUATING 10 YEARS OF PROCUREMENT OF PUBLIC CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE NETHERLANDS
    Tim VAN BEEK , EV Consult , NL

     

  • THE EFFECT OF REDUCING ELECTRIC CAR PURCHASE INCENTIVES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
    Jonatan GOMEZ VILCHEZ , European Commision, Joint Research Centre (JRC) , IT

     

  • COMPARATIVE CONCEPT STUDY OF PASSIVE HYBRID ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS IN 48 V MILD HYBRID VEHICLES VARYING LITHIUM-ION BATTERY AND SUPERCAPACITOR TECHNOLOGIES
    Thorsten GRUEN , Karlsruhe Institute of Technology , DE

     

  • PAINTING THE EV INCENTIVE LANDSCAPE ? A REVIEW AND VISUALIZATION OF HOW EV INCENTIVES ARE AFFECTING EV UPTAKE
    Steven HAVEMAN, NL

     

 

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