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Taefi, Tessa; Kreutzfeldt, Jochen; Held, Tobias; Konings, Rob; Kotter, Richard; Lilley, Sara; Baster, Hanna; Green, Nadia; Laugesen, Michael Stie; Jacobsson, Stefan; Borgqvist, Martin; Nyquist, Camilla (2014)
Publisher: LDIC
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: L700
eMobility is a hot topic, in the public policy area as well as in business and scientific communities. Literature on electric freight transport is still relatively scarce. Urban freight transport is considered as one of the most promising fields of application of vehicle electrification, and there are on-going demonstration projects. This paper will discuss case study ex-amples of electric freight vehicle initiatives in Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and the UK and identify enablers and barriers for common trends.
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