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The book presents the results of the research project Fleets Go Green from different engineering disciplines. It includes comprehensive empirical data as well as different methods and tools for evaluating and integrating electric vehicles into corporate fleets. Finally, the authors give recommendations for fleet owners, vehicle manufacturers and political decision.

The aim of the joint research project Fleets Go Green was the integrated analysis and evaluation of the environmental performance of electric and plug-in-hybrid vehicles in everyday usage on the example of fleet operations.

The potential of electric vehicles for reducing the harmful environmental impacts of road transport in everyday conditions can only be analyzed and evaluated in field tests. If electric vehicles should realize their potential to reduce emissions and minimize the consumption of resources, an integrated life cycle assessment is required.

Table of Contents

Frontmatter

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Chapter 1. Research for Sustainable Mobility—Fleets Go Green

Christoph Herrmann, Mark Stephan Mennenga, Stefan Böhme

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Chapter 2. Fleet Measurement and Full Vehicle Simulation

Marcel Sander, Michael Gröninger, Ole Roesky, Michael Bodmann, Ferit Küçükay

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Chapter 3. Determining Relevant Factors in Purchasing Electric Vehicles for Fleets

Daniela Mau, David M. Woisetschläger

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Chapter 4. Planning of the Energy Supply of Electric Vehicles

Jan Mummel, Michael Kurrat, Ole Roesky, Jürgen Köhler, Lorenz Soleymani

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Chapter 5. Life Cycle Assessment of Electric Vehicles in Fleet Applications

Antal Dér, Selin Erkisi-Arici, Marek Stachura, Felipe Cerdas, Stefan Böhme, Christoph Herrmann

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Chapter 6. Workshop Based Decision Support Methodology for Integrating Electric Vehicles into Corporate Fleets

Mark Stephan Mennenga, Antal Dér, Christoph Herrmann

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Chapter 7. Recommendations from Fleets Go Green

Christoph Herrmann, Michael Bodmann, Stefan Böhme, Antal Dér, Selin Erkisi-Arici, Ferit Küҫükay, Michael Kurrat, Daniela Mau, Mark Stephan Mennenga, Jan Mummel, Marcel Sander, David Woisetschläger
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