Willingness to pay for e-mobility services
A case study from Germany
We analyse the relevance of and willingness to pay for services connected to operation and charging of electric vehicles. Our survey data comprises fleet manager answers from 109 German organizations, mainly small and medium-sized enterprises. The results indicate that semi-public charging infrastructure at the organizations connected to services enabling the operation of an inter-organizational charging network are relevant to most of the fleet managers. In most of the organizations willingness to pay for connected charging services is available, but only sporadic usage of inter-organizational charging activities could be observed.