Charging infrastructure concept for Bielefeld

The City of Bielefeld (DE) has commissioned Rupprecht Consult with the development of a charging infrastructure concept for electric vehicles including a prioritization of charging locations, a stakeholder engagement process and an action plan to support the take-up of e-vehicles in the city.

Charging infrastructure concept for Bielefeld

Project details

Duration 04/2018-07/2018

Coordinator Rupprecht Consult GmbH

Project goal

Rupprecht Consult will develop together with the partners brenner BERNARD Ingenieure GmbH and Die BatterieIngenieure GmbH a charging infrastructure concept for electric vehicles as part of Bielefeld's Masterplan Green City. The charging infrastructure concept will aim to give recommendations and prioritize as to where charging infrastructure should be built in the city as well as to develop supporting measures to increase the take-up of electric vehicles. Rupprecht Consult will look at how e-mobility services such as shared e-cars and bikes can play a role in achieving the city's ambitious goals to increase the share of cycling, walking and public transport and reduce the number of people commuting by car. Rupprecht Consult will analyse how and whether privileges and access restrictions can play a role in increasing the uptake of e-vehicles.

Results

Charging infrastructure concept including an e-mobility action plan to increase the take-up of e-vehicles and e-mobility services including:

  • Sound SWOT analysis and consultation process on the current electric mobility situation in Bielefeld including two workshops which will engage all groups and associations relevant to e-mobility
  • Development of concepts for e-car/ bike sharing schemes, low-emission neighbourhoods, e-mobility marketing measures

Role of Rupprecht Consult

Rupprecht Consult is coordinator of the project and responsible for the stakeholder engagement process which is part of a SWOT-analysis on e-mobility in Bielefeld. As part of this Rupprecht will also develop an action plan recommending measures to increase the take-up and acceptance of e-mobility services.

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