Public acceptance of hydrogen technologies in transport: A review of and reflection on empirical studies

Nicole Huijts, Eric Molin, Caspar Chorus, Bert van Wee

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Abstract

This chapter argues that the relationships between time, money, activity patterns and their resulting utility is becoming increasingly flexible, and is not adequately represented by fixed technical relationships. It focuses on the second type of investment. The chapter describes allocation of money to activities, goods and the residence, for the time neglecting longer-term decisions such as car ownership. The approach taken in this study is that demographic events, and the above procedure in which residential location, work hours and work location are evaluated and possibly adjusted, are applied in random order. In addition, the number of activities, the time expenditures and the monetary expenditures for each household and individual are determined for either the existing state or the new residential location/work location/work hours. It focuses on time and money expenditures. This chapter has proposed a model for simultaneous allocation of temporal and monetary budgets to travel, activities and goods.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTransition towards Sustainable Mobility
Subtitle of host publicationThe Role of Instruments, Individuals and Institutions
PublisherRoutledge, Taylor and Francis
Pages137-164
Number of pages28
ISBN (Electronic)9781315549996
ISBN (Print)9781409424697
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Externally publishedYes

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