Electricity, Electric Vehicles, and Public Policy: Eight Key Takeaways
The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies held its second workshop on the impact of disruptive change in the transport sector, titled ‘Electricity, Electric Vehicles and Public Policy’. Participants included experts from the electricity, oil, auto, mobility, finance and technology sectors. The workshop focused on investigating the prospects for deep EV penetration. The focus was on specific urban transport modes (light passenger and small freight vehicles) and within the timeframe 2040–50. The workshop recognised the essential role of electricity in enabling deep penetration of EVs, while emphasizing that various public policies, new technologies, and changing social habits are the main drivers of that penetration. The workshop resulted in eight key takeaways.
Electricity , Energy Economics , Energy in Transport , Energy Policy , Energy Transition , Finance , Oil , Renewable
batteries , charging infrastructure , consumer behaviour , economic incentives , electric vehicles , Electricity , public policy , Supply Chains , Transport