E-mobility: Getting smart with data
In 2012, a research team at Amsterdam University of Applied Sceiences began collaborating with Amsterdam’s policy-makers to stimulate electric mobility despite uncertainty.
They focused on analyzing charging data and developing practical insights for policy evaluation. This publication by van den Hoed et al. (2019) presents key findings on charging infrastructure performance, effective roll-out policies, smart charging, and electric taxis. It aims to support policy-makers in developing effective charging infrastructure amidst the rapid developments in electric mobility and the energy transition. The publication serves as a starting point for applying data-driven methodologies to foster electric mobility.