Infrastructure to Facilitate Usage of Electric Vehicles and its Impact

The use of electric vehicles has been seen by many nations as an effective measure to reduce toxic emissions in urban areas and reduce nation-wide carbon footprint. Uptake of electric vehicles in different markets is different. There are many factors which can influence deployment of electric vehicles. Government policies are the key to deployment of electric vehicles. Particularly, electric vehicles require specific charge infrastructure to support their operation. China has considered deployment of electric vehicles as a key instrument to solve air pollution issues in urban areas. The Chinese national government and local authorities apply a number of policies and deploy various infrastructures to enable operation of electric vehicles. However, there is a different attitude toward to electric vehicles from the Brazilian public authorities. Lack of support of government policies and infrastructure has resulted in slow deployment in Brazil. This paper studies some best practices of deployment of infrastructure for electric vehicles and analyses the social and economic context of such policies, their impacts on the market penetration of electric vehicles as well as their short and long term benefits. This paper also summarises lessons learned from such cases.

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  • Accession Number: 01607021
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jun 29 2016 8:32AM