Painting the EV incentive landscape: A review and visualization of how EV incentives are affecting EV uptake

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Abstract

The transition to electric mobility is in full swing. Governments, at local, national and transnational levels are aiming to support and encourage this transition by applying a plethora of incentives, subsidies and other policy measures. This work reviews the current state-of-the-art and practice of these incentives through an extensive analysis of reported policy applications and effectiveness. 17 publications were reviewed that report an evaluation of in total 53 incentives. As a next step, these incentives are linked to a first version of a relational model of factors influencing EV uptake. Combining incentives and EV uptake factors into one single overview supports policy makers and other stakeholders in assessing the applicability, desirability and effectiveness of potential future incentives and increases understanding of the electric mobility eco-system.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 21 May 2019
Event32nd International Electric Vehicle Symposium 2019: A world of E-motion - Eurexpo Lyon, Lyon, France
Duration: 19 May 201922 May 2019
Conference number: 32
https://www.evs32.org

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Conference32nd International Electric Vehicle Symposium 2019
Abbreviated titleEVS 2019
CountryFrance
CityLyon
Period19/05/1922/05/19
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  • electric mobility
  • incentives
  • subsidies
  • relational model
  • incentives effectiveness

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Haveman, SP, Reyes Garcia, JR, Westerhof, MW, Kroon, R & Bonnema, GM 2019, 'Painting the EV incentive landscape: A review and visualization of how EV incentives are affecting EV uptake' Paper presented at 32nd International Electric Vehicle Symposium 2019, Lyon, France, 19/05/19 - 22/05/19, .

Painting the EV incentive landscape : A review and visualization of how EV incentives are affecting EV uptake. / Haveman, Steven Pieter; Reyes Garcia, José Roberto; Westerhof, Marlise Wynanda; Kroon, Rob; Bonnema, Gerrit Maarten.

2019. Paper presented at 32nd International Electric Vehicle Symposium 2019, Lyon, France.

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