The role of energy infrastructure in shaping early adoption of electric and gasoline cars

  title={The role of energy infrastructure in shaping early adoption of electric and gasoline cars},
  author={Josef Taalbi and Hana Nielsen},
  journal={Nature Energy},

Homo Viator 2020s: electrified and internet-based personal mobilities

Homo Viator [traveling Man] refers in this article to the mobile individuals of the 2020s, gradually exposed to EVs (electric vehicles) and AVs (autonomous vehicles), as electricity-based and

Levelized costs of the energy chains of new energy vehicles targeted at carbon neutrality in China

The diffusion of new energy vehicles (NEVs), such as battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and fuel cell vehicles (FCVs), is critical to the transportation sector’s deep decarbonization. The cost of

Infrastructure killed the electric car



Infrastructure for sustainable development

Infrastructure systems form the backbone of every society, providing essential services that include energy, water, waste management, transport and telecommunications. Infrastructure can also create

Dealerships are a tipping point

Many consumers encounter electric vehicles for the first time at car dealerships when they are looking to buy a new vehicle. Now, research shows that interactions with sales personnel have an

The Long Term Consequences of Resource-Based Specialisation

Using geological variation in oil abundance in the Southern US, I examine the long term effects of resource-based specialisation through economic channels. In 1890 oil abundant counties were similar

Logistic Regression: Why We Cannot Do What We Think We Can Do, and What We Can Do About It

Logistic regression estimates do not behave like linear regression estimates in one important respect: They are affected by omitted variables, even when these variables are unrelated to the

The capabilities of new firms and the evolution of the US automobile industry

Firms that diversify into new and existing industries typically outperform de novo entrants, but in some new industries diversifying firms are displaced by later-entering de novo firms. Little is

On the nature, function and composition of technological systems

This paper suggests that the economic growth of countries reflects their developmental potential which, in turn, is a function of the technological systems in which various economic agents