Title: Prospects for E-mobility up to 2015 in the alliance region Südkärnten-Karawanken : a concept for a sustainable regional development related on individual mobility
Language: English
Authors: Plaimer, Peter Egbert 
Qualification level: Diploma
Advisor: Ajanovic, Amela
Issue Date: 2009
Number of Pages: 89
Qualification level: Diploma
Three years ago, seven municipalities of the district of Völkermarkt joined the "Alliance in the Alps", which is an association of local authorities and regions from seven Alpine States. The idea and goal behind this networking platform is to develop their alpine living environment in a sustainable way according to the Alpine Convention. Corresponding to the Alpine Convention two projects dealing with electric mobility have already been realized. The present thesis reviews regional measures to initiate a process of e-mobility-change in general. The district of Völkermarkt belongs to the economically weak regions in Austria and the regional public transport should be adopted for present and future needs. A questionnaire related to e-mobility was used to analyse the position of regional opinion leaders . The result was a relevant background to develop an e-mobility concept with the focus on relevant infrastructure, multimodal mobility, strategy, public awareness and information. It was assumed that the additional energy demand should be produced by PV exclusively. A cost calculation (private and public investments together) including each measurement was made under the precondition of two scenarios (moderate and minimal) as well as the CO2 reduction of both possibilities until 2015. A rough overview on electric vehicles (e-cars, e-scooter and e-bicycles) and their market situation is given. Finally national and international projects concerning e-mobility have been presented because of possible transferabilities, synergies and learning effects.
URI: https://resolver.obvsg.at/urn:nbn:at:at-ubtuw:1-52590
Library ID: AC07888860
Organisation: E017 - Weiterbildungszentrum der TU Wien 
Publication Type: Thesis
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