2020
DOI: 10.1080/19475683.2020.1848921
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Abstract: Due to the sharp growth in the adaptation of electric vehicles (EV) in the Netherlands and the objectives of the Dutch Climate Accord is to encourage electric mobility, in the coming decades a substantial number of new EV charging facilities needs to be provided. Efficient planning of EV charging infrastructure is coupled with the notion of range anxiety, which is likely to be severely high in case of soon-to-be EV drivers. This study aims to estimate the cost of developing a new charging infrastructure under … Show more

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“…In addition to supportive national policies, to increase the rate of diffusion, competent marketing is needed throughout the stages of the adoption process [48], while taking national cultural values into consideration. For example, marketing messages in uncertainty-avoidant cultures need to address the risks and anxieties of owning an EV, such as consumers' lack of experience using the technology and especially "range anxiety" [113] associated with an ambiguous driving range and the availability of charging infrastructure [114]. Norway, for example, created a very dense charging network to decrease the fear of being stuck in an isolated region in the winter [115].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In addition to supportive national policies, to increase the rate of diffusion, competent marketing is needed throughout the stages of the adoption process [48], while taking national cultural values into consideration. For example, marketing messages in uncertainty-avoidant cultures need to address the risks and anxieties of owning an EV, such as consumers' lack of experience using the technology and especially "range anxiety" [113] associated with an ambiguous driving range and the availability of charging infrastructure [114]. Norway, for example, created a very dense charging network to decrease the fear of being stuck in an isolated region in the winter [115].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The five types of data were chosen as their combination and analysis bring opportunities to research on urban and regional mobility using GIS software, especially involving electric vehicles and electricity-based transport systems. The resulting dataset could be used for analyzing the potential location and distribution of electric vehicles charging infrastructure (similar to [9] ), or in combination with mobility survey data to determine the impact to the electricity grid supply and infrastructure of new mobility systems (similar to [10] and [11] ).…”
Section: Experimental Design Materials and Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Inconvenience costs, i.e. soft costs, have been shown to be extremely important in passenger transport (Compostella et al, 2020;Fulton et al, 2020;Mashhoodi and Blij, 2021). In particular, there are important systemic feedbacks between market penetration and intangible costs, especially when it comes to the market introduction of new technologies.…”
Section: Inconvenience Costs Formulationmentioning
confidence: 99%