Impact of service station networks on purchase decisions of alternative-fuel vehicles

@inproceedings{Bhler2008ImpactOS,
  title={Impact of service station networks on purchase decisions of alternative-fuel vehicles},
  author={Georg B{\"u}hler and Claudia Hermeling},
  year={2008}
}
In this paper we analyze the impact of service station availability on the demand for alternative-fuel vehicles and the consumers’ willingness to pay for an enlarged fueling infrastructure. We examine a stated preferences choice experiment conducted as a CAPI survey with about 600 interviews of potential car buyers in Germany and estimate the coefficients of a discrete choice model. We simulate different scenarios and analyze how individual choice probabilities for alternative fuel-types are… CONTINUE READING

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