Digital Library on Green Mobility

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How Delhi is Becoming a Lighthouse City for Electric Mobility in India

2022

Author(s): Bhatt A

Most state EV policies have focused on the supply side approach. However, production of vehicles is also linked to their demand, which is where Delhi has innovated.

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Comparative Assessment of Zero Emission Electric and Hydrogen Buses in Australia

2022

Author(s): Hensher DA, Wei E, Balbontin C

The pace of direct electrification vs indirect electrification for public transit bus fleets is accelerating internationally. Clear targets have been established by transport policymakers to achieve a zero-emission bus target as early as 2030 in some jurisdictions.

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Equity Issues Associated With U.S. Plug-In Electric Vehicle Income Tax Credits

2022

Author(s): Liu H, Dai Z, Rodgers MO, Guensler R

This research evaluated the accessibility of federal- and states-level PEVs Income Tax Credits (ITC) policy in the United States, and identified potential barriers for households with diverse income levels, family types and number of children in participation.

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Geofence Planning For Electric Scooters

2022

Author(s): Liazos A, Iliopoulou C, Kepaptsoglou K, Bakogiannis E

E-scooters have emerged in recent years as an innovative and user-friendly transportation mode in urban areas worldwide. These systems offer short-term rental of vehicles with various return locations, thereby providing mobility when public transport or vehicle ownership are not a sufficient option.

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Hydrogen Fuel for Transport in India

2022

Author(s): Kelly C, Zhou Y

The authors analyzed two hydrogen production pathways that could have significant potential in India: green hydrogen produced via water electrolysis powered by solar electricity and “blue” hydrogen produced from natural gas combined with carbon capture and storage. The study assumed the hydrogen is delivered via pipeline.

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Going Electric: Environmental and Welfare Impacts of Urban Ground and Air Transport

2022

Author(s): Straubinger A, Verhoef E T, de Groot HLF,

Electric mobility is often seen as an essential part of the solution, as en-route emissions immediately go down. This is especially true in urban environments, where technological solutions for electric transport are already available.

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How Does the Suspension of Ride-Sourcing Affect the Transportation System and Environment?

2022

Author(s): Yang H, Zhai G, Yang L, Xie K

The rapid development of ride-sourcing services has raised a lot of debates among government agencies and researchers. On the one hand, supporters claim that ride-sourcing services could offer a more reliable and economical transportation option than traditional taxi services, reducing private vehicle use, car ownership, and vehicle emissions.

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How To Compare Sustainability Impacts of Alternative Fuel Vehicles?

2022

Author(s): Onat NC

Environmental, economic, and social comparisons of alternative fuel vehicles come with various conflicting objectives.

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Electric Vehicles: V2G for Rapid, Safe, and Green EV Penetration

2022

Author(s): Dik A, Omer S, Boukhanouf R

. This paper presents an extensive literature review of EVs and allied interface technology with the power grid. The main findings and statistical details are drawn from up-to-date publications highlighting the latest technological advancements, limitations, and potential future market development.

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Information Perspective for Understanding Consumers’ Perceptions of Electric Vehicles and Adoption Intentions

2022

Author(s): Zhang W, Wang S, Wan L, Zhang Z, Zhao D

This research aims to explore the relationships between EV-related information (e.g., environmentally friendly information and performance and attribute information) and consumers’ perceptions (perceived value and perceived trust) of EVs and adoption intentions.