The electromobility concept has now started to become a trend and it is often seen as one of the alternatives in achieving sustainable transport. Electromobility was first developed in the 1880s and since that time has grown into extensive modes of private vehicles, and public transport modes including buses, trams, two-wheelers, trains, and trolleybus systems all over the world. Planning a sustainable electromobility requires a comprehensive strategy, clear framework, and integration of multiple systems including vehicles, infrastructure and charging infrastructure, energy, and connectivity. On the other hand, there are impediments and challenges in electromobility implementation that needs to be strategically handled. Policies, regulations, and financing schemes supporting electromobility should be planned and embraced.
This topic aims to address the latest study on electromobility. Case studies will be presented.
Presenter: Dr.-Ing Ali Bawono, TUM Asia