Shared and Electrified Mobility Starts in Higher Education
|出版商||Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research)||商品編碼||830769|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 13 Pages; 3 Tables, Charts & Figures
|高等教育的共享行動、e行動的開端 Shared and Electrified Mobility Starts in Higher Education|
|出版日期: 2019年05月01日||內容資訊: 英文 13 Pages; 3 Tables, Charts & Figures||
美國的大學的員工，教育等級，自宅擁有率，及工資比美國的平均勞工的水準高，成為電動車 (EV) 廠商及經銷商構築夥伴關係的理想人口統計。
本報告提供大學社區的電動車 (EV) 廠商，經銷商，對大學來說構築EV存在感的機會的相關調查，員工的人口統計，市場規模，現有的計劃，研究機會，車隊的電氣化，及夥伴關係的可能性分析，亞利桑那州立大學 (Arizona State University)的案例研究。
American universities are pivotal to the plug-in EV (PEV) market. With higher levels of education, homeownership, and salaries than the average employee in the US, university employees are an ideal demographic with whom EV manufacturers and dealerships should build partnerships. Most universities in the US are in urban areas-ideal for EV carsharing programs and short-distance trips. Several other factors signify that university campuses are optimal for EV adoption and mobility programs.
Universities are partnering with technology manufacturers to test vehicle grid integration (VGI) technologies, automated vehicles, battery development, and wireless charging on campus. EV infrastructure companies are making charging simple by installing on-campus charging stations that connect to university ID cards to start charging. Partnerships built between universities and EV manufacturers can be multifaceted, involving research, education (including education of the manufacturer's employees), university employee vehicle discounts, university fleet conversion, and sponsorships (athletics, research centers, etc.).
This Navigant Research report discusses opportunities for EV manufacturers, dealerships, and universities to build their EV presence. The study provides an analysis of the university market including employee demographics, market size, existing programs, research opportunities, fleet electrification, and partnership potential. It also includes a case study of Arizona State University where staff and faculty members were surveyed to understand EV adoption demographics.