Jun
03
2020

Digital lunch seminar

Welcome to the Doctoral student network digital lunch seminar, 12:00-12:30, 3 June

Third out is Erik Figenbaum is the Chief Research Engineer at the Institute of Transport Technology in Oslo. Eriks theme is: Norway’s supercharged battery electric vehicle market – Lessons learnt.

Norway has through large incentives achieved an unprecedented expansion of the market for battery electric vehicles. The presentation will focus on the policies, incentives and user experiences that have supported these developments over time, and the lessons learnt that are relevant for other countries.

About Erik Figenbaum
Erik Figenbaum is the Chief Research Engineer for the research area Transport Technology and Environment at the Institute of Transport Technology in Oslo, Norway, which he joined in 2012. He has extensive experience within vehicle technologies, in particular electric vehicles, ranging from national implementation plans, barriers, opportunities, effect of policies and incentives, to analysis of user and societal perspectives and effects based on diffusion and transition theories. Furthermore he was responsible for the systems integration of the electrical components and the battery system in the Think Electric Vehicle in the period from 1998-2002. He has also previously worked for the Norwegian public Roads Administration, the Norwegian Environment Agency, and the Norwegian Institute of Technology.

About the Doctoral student network digital lunch seminars

During these seminars various aspects of electromobility will be dealt with, based on Academy, Industry and Society perspectives. The seminar series will consist of shorter lectures during lunchtime between 12:00-12:30.

We welcome all our partners to attend the digital lunch seminar between 12:00-12:30, 3 June via Skype.
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