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Everyday mobility and potential use of Electric Vehicles

Authors: Randi Hjorthol, Liva Vågane, Jens Foller, Bettina Emmerling
Report nr: 1352/2014
ISBN: 978-82-480-1567-3
ISBN (digital version): 978-82-480-1563-5
Language: English
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The aim of this report is by the help of available data to do a comparable analysis of the potential use of EVs in Austria, Denmark and Norway. Analysis of car based trip chains in Norway and Denmark shows that most trips and trip chains are short. In Norway there are 4 percent of the trips, 6 percent of the chains and 12 percent of the days during a year where the distance is over the range limit for EVs. In Denmark the corresponding figures are, 5 percent, 14 percent and 16 percent. But even if there are a number of days that either have too long single trips or too long chains there are stops during the day making it possible to recharge.


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