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1 Thesis presentation eMobility

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Susanne van der Kooij

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The Green Electric Mobility Tool
The development of an ex-ante assessment tool contributing to the advancement of eMobility in urban areas in middle-income countries
The GEM-tool
The outcome of the GEM-tool
Scoring system
System functions and overall outcome
Research problem
Research problem
Research objective
Research questions
Internship at EVConsult

Consultancy focused on sustainable transport and electric mobility
Theoretical background
Technical Innovation System (TIS) approach

set of actors, interactions, institutions and infrastructure that jointly interact in a specific technological field and influence the generation, diffusion and utilization of variants of a new technology and/or a new product”

Limitations TIS approach
Does not include ex-ante approach

Does not take into account the absence of co-evolvement between technology and innovation system

Does not operationalize the criteria essential for the evaluation
Framework of the GEM-tool
Application GEM-tool
Overview & structure


Evaluation performance

Policy implications & recommendations

GEM-tool as blueprint

Differentiate in scores and recommendations
Specify scoring system
Elaborate on the separate elements such as data collection and possible answers
Embed the context of middle income countries

More (empirical) research is encouraged!

Thank you
Susanne van der Kooij

September 19th, 2016
Structure of the presentation
1. Research outline

2. Methodology and theory

3. The GEM-tool

4. Outcomes of the GEM-tool

5. Case study and conclusion
Theoretical background
Susanne van der Kooij
Sustainable Development - Environmental Governance
Utrecht University

Thesis presentation
Supervisor: Frank van Laerhoven
September 19th, 2016
* The dilemma of mobility
Social & Economic Welfare
Adverse side-effects

* eMobility as a solution to this dilemma

* eMobility on the rise
* Challenge of eMobility in developing
EV Global Outlook 2016 – covering 98% of the global electric car stock

Contribute to the advancement of a successful implementation of eMobility in developing countries

Developing an ex-ante assessment tool: the Green Electric Mobility (GEM) – Tool

A structural overview and evaluation of the existing local system beforehand

Map the receptivity of the prevailing innovation system in advance

Identification of barriers and opportunities, leading to policy recommendations

Enhances the understanding of the functioning of the local system which forms a starting point for a systematic introduction of eMobility

‘What should an ex-ante assessment tool encompass to contribute to the advancement of electric mobility in urban areas in middle-income countries?’
Adaptation of Markard & Truffer 2008)
& background sketch)
System functions
3. Preconditions
(& clarification)

Structural factors
4. Operationalization preconditions
Identification possible answers
Data collection
Answer categories
(& explanation)
Scoring system
5. Outcomes of GEM-tool
Score and
per precondition
Score and
per system function
(including GEM-

Delhi (India) as illustrative case
Application GEM-tool
Evolution of the global electric car stock 2010-2015 (IEA/OECD 2016)
1) How can a framework for the GEM-tool be developed using the technical innovation system approach guiding its design?

2) What does the content of the GEM-tool have to encompass with regard to its framework?

3)How can the GEM-tool be operationalized including the findings of its framework and contents?
What: The context of eMobility

When: Ex-ante assessment

Where: Urban areas in Middle
Income Countries

Who: Local public policy makers

< 33% a weak system function
33-66% an intermediate system function
> 66% a strong system function
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