Accelerating the implementation of open platforms for shared charging infrastructure
|Coordinator||Chalmers Tekniska Högskola AB - Chalmers Tekniska Högskola Inst f Tekn ekonomi & organisation|
|Funding from Vinnova||SEK 500 000|
|Project duration||November 2021 - August 2022|
Purpose and goal
The project aimed to enable a faster implementation of shared charging infrastructure through analysis based on five dimensions within system innovation. In the project, we have identified and analyzed barriers to shared charging infrastructure. The project took its starting point from our previous project results of barriers for area: (1), (3) and (5). In the project, we delved into two dimensions: (2) and (4) where we identified barriers to shared charging infrastructure. Action proposals have been developed for all dimensions within system innovation.
Expected results and effects
The project´s results include a list of barriers structured according to the five dimensions of system innovation for the implementation of shared charging infrastructure. These barriers create an understanding of what obstacles there are for actors to act in the market. These barriers do not exist in isolation but require an understanding of the transport system and the changes it faces. The project results contribute to proposing measures to overcome these barriers, which in turn can accelerate the transformation of the transport sector and reduce the climate impact.
Planned approach and implementation
The project was a collaboration between Chalmers, Power Circle and Rearq. Within the project, data was collected through interviews and workshops with actors interested in innovative solutions for charging infrastructure as well as public procurement actors. Within the project, we have compiled barriers for the five dimensions within system innovation and discussed possible action proposals in workshops with various stakeholders. The focus was to identify appropriate measures that should be addressed for a faster implementation of shared charging infrastructure.