Decision makers have a very complex task when implementing e-mobility solutions- requirements analysis, planning, phasing in small changes that introduce their user base to the new status quo among others. But what if decision makers around the world had a list of steps to implement e-mobility solutions for their areas?
This episode features Jenny Kosberg Skagestad : Adviser for transport at the Environmental Foundation ZERO. Among other tasks, she's currently working on compiling modal and theme-specific recommendations for decision-makers to better implement e-mobility programs.
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As the BSR electric project includes social inclusion as a theme, we've prepared written transcripts for better accessibility. Please find these here shownotes-recommendations-key-learnings
This episode of The Next Stop was produced by Arjun Jamil. Co-produced by George Matthews and technical support by Jona Scholz. We’re a part of the project BSR-Electric and are funded by the INTERREG Baltic Sea Region Programme.
Our working team is based out of the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW) at the Research and Transfer Centre “Sustainability and Climate Change Management” (FTZ-NK).
Thank you for listening in and I hope you tune into our next episode, coming soon!
Here are the links mentioned in the podcast:
ZERO’s Website: <https://zero.no/ >
ZERO’s LinkedIn: https://de.linkedin.com/company/zero_2
ZERO’s Facebook: <https://www.facebook.com/MiljostiftelsenZERO >
BSR electric’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13561920/
Your feedback matters to us. If you're a decision maker or a stakeholder in e-mobility, and would like to feature your comments, stories and experiences with e-mobility on our podcast, please send us an email at the email address on the right.
Prof. Dr. (mult.) Dr. h.c. (mult.) Walter Leal
Nicolas Restrepo Lopez
Research and Transfer Centre „Sustainability and Climate Change Management“
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
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