Automotive and aerospace

Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles

The merger of the automotive and energy industry

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Position paper

Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles: the merger of the automotive and energy industry

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Electric Vehicles as a game changer for the utility business?

Position paper

Electric Vehicles

About:

Electric Vehicles as a game changer for the utility business?

Electric vehicles: the merger of the automotive and energy industry

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The electric vehicle (EV) revolution has begun, with the widespread adoption of EVs holding the potential for a more sustainable future for both the automotive and electric power industry. In this position paper we investigate how close collaboration between two historically distinct industries could reduce the total cost of ownership of an EV, improving the value proposition for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), utilities, and most importantly, their (shared) end customer.

Position paper

Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles: the merger of the automotive and energy industry

About:

Electric Vehicles as a game changer for the utility business?