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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Analysis of European mobility surveys and their potential to support studies on the impact of electric vehicles on energy and infrastructure needs in EuropePASAOGLU KILANC GUZAY; ZUBARYEVA ALYONA; FIORELLO Davide; THIEL CHRISTIANArticles in Journals
2012Driving and parking patterns of European car drivers – a mobility surveyPASAOGLU KILANC GUZAY; FIORELLO Davide; MARTINO Angelo; SCARCELLA Gabriella; ALEMANNO Andrea; ZUBARYEVA ALYONA; THIEL CHRISTIANEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008The Effect of Oil Prices on Transport Policies for EuropeSHEPHERD Simon P.; PFAFFENBICHLER Paul; MARTINO Angelo; FIORELLO Davide; CHRISTIDIS PanayotisArticles in Journals
2008High Oil Price, the Transport System and the European Economy: Some Results from a Model-Based AnalysisFIORELLO Davide; MARTINO Angelo; FERMI Francesca; SCHADE Burkhard; WIESENTHAL Tobias; SCHADE WolfgangContributions to Conferences
2013Projections for Electric Vehicle Load Profiles in Europe Based on Travel Survey DataPASAOGLU Guzay; FIORELLO Davide; ZANI Loredana; ZUBARYEVA ALYONA; THIEL CHRISTIAN; MARTINO AngeloEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2014Travel patterns and the potential use of electric cars – Results from a direct survey in six European countriesPASAOGLU KILANC GUZAY; FIORELLO Davide; MARTINO Angelo; ZANI Loredana; ZUBARYEVA ALYONA; THIEL CHRISTIANArticles in Journals
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