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Standardized inductive charging systems as driver for electromobility

The consumer perspective
  • Lea HeinrichEmail author
  • Wolfgang H. Schulz
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Considering ambitious policy objectives towards a significant reduction of emission, especially in the transport sector, the mobility market is expected to undergo significant structural changes. In this context, the electrification of vehicles and cars can be regarded as an essential step towards the indemnification of individual mobility needs and the achievement of climate policy objectives at the same time. This is reflected in the German government’s initial goal to realize the amount of one million electric cars on the streets by 2020 and six million by 2030 (Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUM), 2014).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Center for Mobility StudiesZeppelin UniversitätFriedrichshafenDeutschland

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