1: Introduction: Christian Hanke, Michael Hülsmann and Dirk Fornahl.
2: Mobility Needs and Mobility Concepts.
3: Socio-Economic Aspects of Electric Vehicles: A Literature Review.
4: Mobility Scenarios for the Year 2030: Implications for Individual Electric Mobility.
5: How Does the Actual Usage of Electric Vehicles Influence Consumer Acceptance?.
6: Identifying Consumer Groups with Satisfactory Characteristics for Electric Mobility Usage.
7: What Do Potential Users Think about Electric Mobility?.
8: Electric Car Sharing as an Integrated Part of Public Transport: Customers’ Needs and Experience.
9: Transforming Mobility into Sustainable E-Mobility: The Example of Rhein-Main Region.
10: Validation of Innovative Extended Product Concepts for E-Mobility.
11: Challenges for Companies and Politics.
12: Strategic Perspectives for Electric Mobility: Some Considerations about the Automotive Industry.
13: How Knowledge-Based Dynamic Capabilities Help to Avoid and Cope with Path Dependencies in the Electric Mobility Sector.
14: Safety Aspects of Electric Vehicles: Acoustic Measures, Experimental Analysis, and Group Discussions.
15: Transition Management Towards Urban Electro Mobility in the Stuttgart Region.
16: Assessment of CO2-Emissions from Electric Vehicles: State of the Scientific Debate.
17: How to Integrate Electric Vehicles in the Future Energy System?.
18: An Approach Towards Service Infrastructure Optimization for Electromobility.
19: Practical Insights.
20: Coping with a Growing Mobility Demand in a Growing City: Hamburg as Pilot Region for Electric Mobility.
21: The City of Bremen and Its Approach Towards E-Mobility.
22: Acceptance of Electric Vehicles and New Mobility Behavior: The Example of Rhine-Main Region.