The study can be divided into four different actions.
- Action 7 is about the definition of integrated sustainable e-mobility concepts and the analysis of the main mobility concepts of road vehicles (public and private). These can be categorized using a niche typology. Elements that are included in this action - among others - are reason for travel, travel patterns, transport modality (car, taxi, bus, etc.).
- Action 8 is a market analysis for user acceptance. It is about research on the market drivers of e-mobility for the different stakeholders and insights into user rationales for mobility choices. Furthermore, Action 8 will determine user experiences on electric vehicles by interviews and find out how public policies can influence this by the use of incentives, such as information, taxation and regulation.
- Action 9 is scenario building for future sustainable integrated e-mobility concepts. The results of the previous actions are used as input for the definition of a set of different e-mobility scenarios. Questions like "What are the determining factors affecting these scenarios?" or "Which scenarios are preferred from the sustainability perspective?" will be covered.
- Action 10 is developing support instruments and tools that will be custom built to assist anyone involved in designing, implementing or using an e-mobility scheme. Elements that will be included are scenarios, policy/decision making models and training programs.