How Ready Are Greek Consumers to Use Electric Vehicles?
Publication Year: 2021
Author(s): Lioutas V, Adamos G, Nathanail E
The promotion of electromobility is one of the initiatives being placed around the world to give mobility and commodities transportation in a cost-effective and environmentally responsible manner. In this paper, a systematic literature review is carried out focusing on the impacts of adopting Electric Vehicles (EVs) at a national and local (city) level and the incentives required to promote their adoption by future consumers. Some countries, such as Norway, have successfully established measures to foster the use of EVs and achieved remarkably high penetration rates. On the other hand, there are still countries, which face crucial issues regarding the adoption of EVs. One of them is Greece, where the low availability of charging infrastructure and the lack of incentives have created significant barriers towards the promotion of electromobility. To this end, a Pan-Hellenic survey was implemented addressing the beliefs, preferences and intentions of people to use electric vehicles in their daily life. The survey received 400 responses, and the results revealed important findings on the incentives needed to encourage electromobility, the best placement for charging infrastructure, and the pricing of provided services at the national and local (municipal) levels.
Source of Publication: Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
Vol/Issue: 1278: 760- 769p.
DOI No.: 10.1007/978-3-030-61075-3_74
Publisher/Organisation: Springer, Cham
Rights: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Theme: Vehicle Technology | Subtheme: Electric vehicles
Tags: Car sharing, Charging Infrastructure, Electric vehicles, Electro mobility, Electromobility, Urban Transportation, Optimal charging location, Electric automobiles, Urban transportation, Penetration rates, Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)
Published Year: 2007
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