Digital Library on Green Mobility

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Insights into Future Mobility

2019

Author(s): MIT Energy Initiative

This report is the culmination of a three-year study to examine how the complex interactions between advanced drivetrain options, alternative fuels, refueling infrastructure, consumer choice, vehicle automation, and government policy may shape the future for personal mobility.

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Zero and Low Carbon Mobility

2015

Author(s): German Partnership for Sustainable Mobility (GPSM), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

In Germany, the transport sector accounts for almost 20% of all greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, 95% of which are emitted by road transport. The Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) has developed a comprehensive strategy to tackle this issue on behalf of the German Federal Government.

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The Road Ahead for E-mobility

2020

Author(s): Tschiesner A, Heuss R, Hensley R, Wu T, Schaufuss P, Hertzke P, Knupfer Stefan M, Gersdorf T

While electrification represents the biggest technological development in automotive power trains in decades, there is still significant uncertainty as to when large-scale adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) will occur.

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This study analyzes policies that California, the United States, and Canada have enacted to promote reduced GHG emissions from heavy-duty trucks, how these policies have impacted technology deployment, and lessons that Canada can take as it evaluates policy options to accelerate the deployment of fuel- and GHG-reduction technologies in its trucking fleet.

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This issue brief provides decision-makers and stakeholders with information on the principles of charging infrastructure location and siting. It also presents successful EV adoption approaches that have been used by cities in other parts of the world. In addition, based on international practices, this issue brief presents approaches to siting EV charging infrastructure.

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Training Needs Assessment (TNA) for Electric Buses in India: Executive Summary

2021

Author(s): Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

Under SMART-SUT project, GIZ has concluded a National level study on “Training Needs Assessment (TNA) for Electric Buses in India”. Under SMART-SUT project, GIZ has concluded a National level study on “Training Needs Assessment (TNA) for Electric Buses in India”.

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Training Needs Assessment for Electric Buses in India: Volume I - Identification of Training Needs

2021

Author(s): Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

This volume identifies clear training needs in Public Transport Authorities (PTAs) across e-Bus life cycle functions, various departments, and hierarchies.

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Training Needs Assessment for Electric Buses in India: Volume II - E-Bus Training Programme Structure

2021

Author(s): Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

This report aims to prepare a detailed and organised training programme structure for Public Transport Authorities (PTAs). It identifies a total of eight e-Bus training modules across its life cycle stages – i.e. from fundamentals and safety; technology selection; financial planning and strategy; procurement; operations; monitoring and control; repair and maintenance; and end-of-life, scrapping, and recycling.

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Training Needs Assessment for Electric Buses in India: Volume III - Proposed Organisational Structure for E-Buses

2021

Author(s): Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

The Volume – III report, considers two operating models for e-Buses, namely 1) PTAs (Public Transport Authorities) with all inhouse e-Bus operations and 2) PTAs (Public Transport Authorities with SPV structure and PPP model, requiring no Central Workshop.

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Australian Hydrogen Market Study

2021

Author(s): Advisian Pty Ltd.

This study identified several areas which could accelerate the development of the Australian hydrogen market. The focus is on activities that will advance near commercial sectors toward economic viability and confirmation / definition of industry standards.