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Titel: How to Trigger Mass-Market Adoption for Electric Vehicles? – An Analysis of Potential Electric Vehicle Drivers in Austria
Beschreibung:

Road transportation is one of the biggest contributor to CO2 emissions globally. By choosing full-electric over conventional fuel vehicles, car users can lower greenhouse gas emissions and help mitigate the causes of climate change. Even though barriers to the adoption of electric vehicles such as price, range, charging infrastructure, etc. are diminishing, sales growth has fallen short of industry expectations. Hence, it is of importance to better understand potential electric vehicle (EV) adopters compared to early and non-adopters and to identify drivers to accelerate the diffusion of zero-emission cars. This research project advances existing analyses by concentrating on two research objectives. First, we aim at advancing our understanding of early and potential adopters of EVs with a particular focus on cultural worldviews individuals subscribe to as predictors of acceptance. Second, we aim to shed some light on the different sub-groups of potential adopters with distinct socio-demographic and psychographic profiles and their preferences for policy incentives.

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Typ: Angemeldeter Vortrag
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Veranstaltung: Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS30) (Stuttgart)
Datum: 09.10.2017

Zuordnung

Organisation Adresse
Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften
 
Institut für Produktions-, Energie- und Umweltmanagement
 
Abteilung für Nachhaltiges Energiemanagement
Universitätsstr. 65-67
A-9020 Klagenfurt
Österreich
zur Organisation
Universitätsstr. 65-67
AT - A-9020  Klagenfurt

Kategorisierung

Sachgebiete
  • 502 - Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Forschungscluster
  • Energiemanagement und -technik
  • Nachhaltigkeit
Vortragsfokus
  • Science to Science (Qualitätsindikator: I)
Klassifikationsraster der zugeordneten Organisationseinheiten:
TeilnehmerInnenkreis
  • Überwiegend international
Publiziert?
  • Nein
Arbeitsgruppen
  • Nachhaltiges Energiemanagement

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