Elektriske biler og den gjensidige påvirkningen mellom transport- og kraftsektorene
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Wangsness, Paal Brevik, Sverre A.C. Kittelsen, Christian Steinsland, Finn Roar Aune, Eric Nævdal
TØI rapport 1803/2020
Electrification of the car fleet makes the electricity market and the transport system more intertwined. By applying specialized models for energy and transport together, we have analyzed a number of scenarios (including stress testing) for how these markets will affect each other in 2030. We find that the Norwegian power market as a whole is mainly robust to the challenges posed by charging of plug-in electric cars in Norway. In addition, the changes in electricity prices are not expected to significantly affect transport demand, as electricity is a small part of the costs of owning or operating an electric car.
Project:Oppdragsgiver: NFR via SSB
Oppdragsgivers prosjektnr.: 5578- ELECTRANS C. Hagem
Frisch prosjekt: 3641 - Electrification of transport: Challenges, mechanisms and solutions