Download new publication: Success with electric mobility – Case studies of user-friendly services and innovative business models


In a new publication within the DELFIN project, sub-project “Innovation and user-friendliness”, Fraunhofer IAO presents case studies of services and business models in the field of electric mobility. It can be downloaded using the following link:

Success with electric mobility: Case studies of user-friendly services and innovative business models

This publication is also available in German language: Erfolg mit Elektromobilität – Fallstudien zu nutzerfreundlichen Dienstleistungen und innovativen Geschäftsmodellen

 

Product information

Format: PDF
File size: 18.26 MB
Number of pages (content): 128 pages
Number of pages PDF: 130 pages
ISBN of the book publication: 978-3-8396-1079-4
Publisher: Fraunhofer (2016)
Version: PDF, free download
Language: English

A printed book can be purchased for 25 Euros in the IAO shop at the end of August. Further information can be found here (link to the IAO-Shop).

 

Bibliographic data

Lamberth-Cocca, S.; Friedrich, M.:
Success with electric mobility. Case studies of user-friendly services and innovative business models.
Fraunhofer Verlag, Stuttgart, 2016.

 

 

Abstract

The German research project DELFIN (“Services for electric mobility – Promoting innovation and user-friendliness”) examines the role of services for the spread of electric mobility. From the results, reference models and methods for the development and realization of successful services for electric mobility are derived. These are complemented by recommendations for politics, economy and science. In the presented case studies, the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO describes and analyzes projects and the resulting business ventures involving e-mobility services in countries outside Germany. The purpose of this research was to investigate different real-world scenarios in which services have con­tributed to the spread of electric mobility and to identify the factors responsible for their success.