Training ObjectivesElectric vehicles are the future of transportation. Electric mobility has become an essential part of the energy transition strategy and will result in significant changes for vehicle manufacturers, governments, companies and individuals. In this program, you will be given a comprehensive view of electric mobility. You will gain knowledge of the most important aspects of this new market, including state-of-the-art technology of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure; profitable business models that can work for enterprises in this market; and effective policies for governmental bodies, which will accelerate the uptake of electric mobility. This series of four courses will deliver expertise you can apply to all aspects of electric mobility as its importance grows. It will help policy makers, engineers and fleet managers to make sound strategic decisions about e-mobility products and their implications. This program was co-developed by Dutch Innovation Centre for Electric Road Transport (Dutch-INCERT) and TU Delft and is taught by experts from both the industry and academia, who share their knowledge and insights.
Training ContentsThe role of electric vehicles in the energy transition strategy. Fundamental understanding of the technology behind electric cars and charging technology and infrastructure. Fundamental understanding of future potential and profitable business models for electric cars. TCO models, lean mass productions, value chain thinking and business integration. Fundamental understanding of policy objectives and instruments to support electric mobility and the role of government in transition management and effective public policy interventions.
Digital Innovation Hubs
- Practical exercices
Technology Absortion Cycle
- Awareness of technology
- More than 20
Date: Always available - online
Durations: +7 days
ProjectDelft University of Technology
Countries where training is providedNetherlands
Cities where training is providedDelft
Languages this training can be provided
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