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Towards E-Mobility: The Challenges Ahead

Publication date: 21 March 2011

Consumers will not automatically make the switch to electric vehicles if running costs are high, a recharging station network is not in place, or if new technologies are not user-friendly, according to this new policy paper by the FIA European Bureau.

While the paper ‘Towards E-Mobility: The Challenges Ahead’, says that electrification of the vehicle fleet provides a major opportunity for decarbonising transport, “...the deployment of eMobility will depend not only on specific technologies that will be adopted, but on the ability to organise and manage operations of a complex landscape of players: car manufacturers, battery producers, mobility service providers, energy suppliers and distributors, and institutions”.

The paper is being released in advance of the anticipated release of a new European Commission White Paper on Transport as well as the entry of several new electric vehicles into the market in the coming months.

For more information, please contact Niall Carty, Communications Manager, FIA Brussels Office: n.carty@ fiabrussels.com or 02 282 0812

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