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Transition Pathways To Efficient (Electrified) Transport For Households “TRANS2HOUSE”. / Van Mierlo, Joeri; Macharis, Cathy; Messagie, Maarten; Lebeau, Kenneth; Lebeau, Philippe; Boureima, Faycal-Siddikou; Sergeant, Nele; Hollevoet, Joachim; Turcksin, Laurence; Heyvaert, Sylvia; Six, Daan; Ponnette, Raf; Denys, Tobias; De Weerdt, Yves; Mulder, Grietus; Michiels, Hans; Vernaillen, Stijn; Van Den Zegel, Stephan; Sterck, Alain.

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title = "Transition Pathways To Efficient (Electrified) Transport For Households “TRANS2HOUSE”",
abstract = "The main objective of the Trans2House project is to investigate how to develop driving forces and shift the social, cultural, technological, economic and political barriers to household energy consumption reduction. The focus is on personal transport, as a part of the household. Public transportation, electric scooters and bicycles however fall out of the scope of this project. This study also aims at assessing the transition towards EVs and PHEVs for Belgium and its regions, while having a critical eye on their impact on the sustainability goals as defined in the EU 20-20-20 objective. It considers also the budgetary impact on households, the impact on employment and related economic issues like the competitiveness of Belgium. Due to the higher energy efficiency, a reduction in fuel consumption is expected when introducing electrified transport. This will result in a decrease in fuel expenses for households. Whether the fuel saving leads to less CO2 emissions strongly depends on the way the extra electricity need will be produced. The electrified vehicles can extend the green energy production by being flexible consumers if their charge moments are controlled. Other emissions as NOx and small particles are in all cases diminishing and in addition no pollutants are emitted where the vehicles are driving. These considerations have been explored in this project and transformed to the Belgian situation.",
keywords = "Electric Vehicles, households,, transport, electricity network, Life Cycle Assessment, Life Cycle Cost, Purchase behavior, Stake holder validation, MAMCA, Charging infrastructure",
author = "{Van Mierlo}, Joeri and Cathy Macharis and Maarten Messagie and Kenneth Lebeau and Philippe Lebeau and Faycal-Siddikou Boureima and Nele Sergeant and Joachim Hollevoet and Laurence Turcksin and Sylvia Heyvaert and Daan Six and Raf Ponnette and Tobias Denys and {De Weerdt}, Yves and Grietus Mulder and Hans Michiels and Stijn Vernaillen and {Van Den Zegel}, Stephan and Alain Sterck",
year = "2012",
month = "12",
day = "1",
language = "English",
publisher = "Unknown",

}

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TY - BOOK

T1 - Transition Pathways To Efficient (Electrified) Transport For Households “TRANS2HOUSE”

AU - Van Mierlo, Joeri

AU - Macharis, Cathy

AU - Messagie, Maarten

AU - Lebeau, Kenneth

AU - Lebeau, Philippe

AU - Boureima, Faycal-Siddikou

AU - Sergeant, Nele

AU - Hollevoet, Joachim

AU - Turcksin, Laurence

AU - Heyvaert, Sylvia

AU - Six, Daan

AU - Ponnette, Raf

AU - Denys, Tobias

AU - De Weerdt, Yves

AU - Mulder, Grietus

AU - Michiels, Hans

AU - Vernaillen, Stijn

AU - Van Den Zegel, Stephan

AU - Sterck, Alain

PY - 2012/12/1

Y1 - 2012/12/1

N2 - The main objective of the Trans2House project is to investigate how to develop driving forces and shift the social, cultural, technological, economic and political barriers to household energy consumption reduction. The focus is on personal transport, as a part of the household. Public transportation, electric scooters and bicycles however fall out of the scope of this project. This study also aims at assessing the transition towards EVs and PHEVs for Belgium and its regions, while having a critical eye on their impact on the sustainability goals as defined in the EU 20-20-20 objective. It considers also the budgetary impact on households, the impact on employment and related economic issues like the competitiveness of Belgium. Due to the higher energy efficiency, a reduction in fuel consumption is expected when introducing electrified transport. This will result in a decrease in fuel expenses for households. Whether the fuel saving leads to less CO2 emissions strongly depends on the way the extra electricity need will be produced. The electrified vehicles can extend the green energy production by being flexible consumers if their charge moments are controlled. Other emissions as NOx and small particles are in all cases diminishing and in addition no pollutants are emitted where the vehicles are driving. These considerations have been explored in this project and transformed to the Belgian situation.

AB - The main objective of the Trans2House project is to investigate how to develop driving forces and shift the social, cultural, technological, economic and political barriers to household energy consumption reduction. The focus is on personal transport, as a part of the household. Public transportation, electric scooters and bicycles however fall out of the scope of this project. This study also aims at assessing the transition towards EVs and PHEVs for Belgium and its regions, while having a critical eye on their impact on the sustainability goals as defined in the EU 20-20-20 objective. It considers also the budgetary impact on households, the impact on employment and related economic issues like the competitiveness of Belgium. Due to the higher energy efficiency, a reduction in fuel consumption is expected when introducing electrified transport. This will result in a decrease in fuel expenses for households. Whether the fuel saving leads to less CO2 emissions strongly depends on the way the extra electricity need will be produced. The electrified vehicles can extend the green energy production by being flexible consumers if their charge moments are controlled. Other emissions as NOx and small particles are in all cases diminishing and in addition no pollutants are emitted where the vehicles are driving. These considerations have been explored in this project and transformed to the Belgian situation.

KW - Electric Vehicles

KW - households,

KW - transport

KW - electricity network

KW - Life Cycle Assessment

KW - Life Cycle Cost

KW - Purchase behavior

KW - Stake holder validation

KW - MAMCA

KW - Charging infrastructure

M3 - Commissioned report

BT - Transition Pathways To Efficient (Electrified) Transport For Households “TRANS2HOUSE”

PB - Unknown

ER -

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