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Título: Technology transition towards electric mobility - technology assessment as a tool for policy design
Autor: Boavida, Nuno
Baumann, Manuel
Moniz, António
Schippl, Jens
Reichenbach, Max
Weil, Marcel
Palavras-chave: Policy design
Batteries
Technology assessment
Electric vehicle
Electric mobility
Data: Jun-2013
Editora: IET
Citação: Boavida, N. et al. (2013), Technology transition towards electric mobility - Technology Assessment as a tool for policy design, IET Working Papers Series, WPS04/2013, 38 pp.
Relatório da Série N.º: IET Working Papers Series;WPS04/2013
Resumo: The paper aims to understand the degree of transition towards e-mobility. The assumption is that the degree of convergence between actors of each system (batteries, vehicles, grid, policies, business models and consumers) is an indicator of changes in the present socio-technical regime. After an introduction to the socio-technical transition towards e-mobility, the paper presents and discusses three technology assessment approaches to several projects related to technology, society and politics. There are several thematic crossovers between all projects presented leading to a synergetic technology assessment. This output results from the overlapping areas between the cases and can be used to first assess the extent of changes in the present socio-technical regime, as well as to extract standards and regulations, acceptance/risk analyses and behaviour changes that could be significant in the context of a transition towards electric mobility.
Descrição: Paper presented at the Colloquium Gerpisa 2013, Paris (http://gerpisa.org/node/2085), Session n°: 19 New kinds of mobility: old and new business models
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10362/14158
ISBN: 1646-8929
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