Transportation Electrification in the European Green Deal. How do recent EU policies support electric vehicle growth and their smart integration into the energy system ?

Type de publication:

Conference Paper

Source:

Gerpisa colloquium, Brussels (2023)

Résumé:

The need for electric vehicle charging infrastructure has emerged as a key concern for the large-scale electrification of road transport, which is crucial for decarbonising Europe’s transport sector. Where and how public charging infrastructure is built can pave the way for more users to switch to electric mobility. As electric vehicle use increases, it will also determine the costs and benefits of integrating EVs into the grid. This paper highlights the opportunities that decision-makers in Europe have to accelerate the growth of EV charging infrastructure as part of the transport sector’s “green recovery” from the economic crisis brought on by COVID-19.

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