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Energy Transition and Electromobility: A Review

  • Jan Lepoutre
  • Yannick PerezEmail author
  • Marc Petit
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Abstract

Nowadays electromobility is more and more becoming a cross-sectorial innovation. Electromobility is the convergence of technical innovations in battery technologies and charging systems, on Internet of things and finally on new business model developed by classical original equipment manufacturers and innovative newcomers. This developing phenomenon is really challenging for the ecosystem made of car manufacturers, electricity industry, local and national public actors dealing with clean energy transition. We review these challenges and highlight the most promising way of future researches in each of these dimensions for the EU actors.

Keywords

Electromobility VtoX Business model Public policy 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.ESSEC Business SchoolCergy-PontoiseFrance
  2. 2.LGI, CentraleSupélec, RITM Université Paris-Sud and VEDECOM InstituteGif-Sur-YvetteFrance
  3. 3.GeePs, CNRS UMR 8507 CentraleSupélec, UPSud and UPMCGif-sur-YvetteFrance

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