Methodology for assessing electric vehicle charging infrastructure business models

@inproceedings{Madina2015MethodologyFA,
  title={Methodology for assessing electric vehicle charging infrastructure business models},
  author={Carlos Madina and I. Zamora and Eduardo Zabala},
  year={2015}
}
The analysis of economic implications of innovative business models in networked environments, as electromobility is, requires a global approach to ensure that all the involved actors obtain a benefit. Although electric vehicles (EVs) provide benefits for the society as a whole, there are a number of hurdles for their widespread adoption, mainly the high investment cost for the EV and for the infrastructure. Therefore, a sound business model must be built up for charging service operators… CONTINUE READING

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