The EU project GREAT aims to improve the infrastructure for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and other types of alternatively fueled cars to facilitate their use within the GREAT corridor.
The project aims to install 70 fast chargers for BEVs:
50 in Sweden,
15 in Denmark,
5 in Northern Germany.
In addition, the project aims to increase the acceptance of alternatively fueled vehicles on a policy and individual level by engaging in political debates and conducting awareness campaigns. As part of this, “Drive clean” events take place at locations where GREAT infrastructure has been installed.
Based on online surveys conducted in Denmark and Sweden in 2017, 2018, and 2019, the evaluation study looks into the changes in BEV and conventional car users’ attitudes and purchase intentions towards BEVs. We will estimate the effect of the awareness campaigns and the new built fast chargers on BEV purchase intention and BEV use.