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Smart Eco-City Development Progress

The key to human survival and healthy fulfillment is strengthening economic, intellectual and social growth in ways that maintain healthy, resilient eco-systems. Since all these variables change, smart eco-cities can survive and thrive only by designing, measuring, connecting and managing built environments interactively - in ways that value the unique and charming qualities of their diverse natural environments, their communities and creative people.

Assessment of Electric Vehicle and Battery Technology

Impacts of Electric Vehicles - Deliverable 2
Duleep, Gopalakrishnan; Huib van Essen; Bettina Kampman et. al. 2011: Assessment of Electric Vehicle and Battery Technology. Impacts of Electric Vehicles - Deliverable 2. ICF/CE Delft/Ecologic Institute, Delft.Read more

An Overview of Electric Vehicles on the Market and in Development

Impacts of Electric Vehicles - Deliverable 1
Grünig; Max; Marc Witte; Dominic Marcellino et. al. 2011: An Overview of Electric Vehicles on the Market and in Development. Impacts of Electric Vehicles - Deliverable 1. Ecologic Institute/CE Delft, Delft.Read more

Outstanding Climate Adaptation

The "Regional Adaptation Strategies for the German Baltic Sea Coast" (RADOST) project, led by Ecologic Institute, was recently awarded a spot among the "365 Landmarks in the Land of Ideas," along with six other German regions that are instituting climate adaptation measures. The model regions of the research program "KLIMZUG – Managing Climate Change in the Regions for the Future" are among the "Selected Landmarks 2012" that are being recognized by the "Germany – Land of Ideas" initiative of the Federal Government and German business community. The jury has thus acknowledged the innovative approach of RADOST and the other KLIMZUG projects that attempts to involve regional stakeholders in all steps of research design and implementation, starting at the very beginning of the process.

Transportation sector: possibilities for substitution and elasticity of demand in mineral oil consumption

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11 July 2011
Berlin
Germany

On 11 July 2011, Max Grünig, Fellow at the Ecologic Institute, delivered a presentation on the transportation sector: possibilities for substitution and elasticity of demand in mineral oil consumption at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP).Read more

Summary Evaluation of EUREAPA as a Tool for Informing EU Policy Decisions on the Basis of the Footprint Family of Indicators

The OPEN:EU project team assesses the usefulness of the EUREAPA tool for policy makers at various stages in the policy cycle and across relevant policy areas. The report is meant to help users who are new to EUREAPA understand what is behind the tool and what they can use it for. The report is available for download.Read more

Impact Analysis for Market Uptake Scenarios and Policy Implications

Impacts of Electric Vehicles - Deliverable 5
Kampman, Bettina; Huib van Essen; Willem Braat et. al. 2011: Impact analysis for market uptake scenarios and policy implications. Impacts of Electric Vehicles - Deliverable 5. Ecologic Institute/ICF/CE Delft, Delft.Read more

Electric mobility

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4 December 2010
Berlin
Germany

Electric vehicles can potentially make significant contributions towards achieving the EU’s climate protection goals in the transport sector. In the context of the Dresden university days on ecological-social market economy and sustainability, Max Grünig, Fellow at Ecologic Institute Berlin, presented a summary of the potential and limitations of electric vehicles.Read more

Electric Vehicles and the Electricity Sector - Interactions and Limitations

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14 October 2010
Brussels
Belgium

Electric vehicles can potentially make significant contributions towards achieving the EU’s climate protection goals in the transport sector. In the context of a stakeholder workshop convened by the DG Environment of the European Commission  in Brussels, Max Grünig, Fellow at Ecologic Institute Berlin, presented a summary of the interactions between the energy sector and electric vehicles.Read more

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