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Characterising fuel cell technology: challenges of the commercialisation process
HL Hellman, R van den Hoed
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 32 (3), 305-315, 2007
1462007
Sources of radical technological innovation: the emergence of fuel cell technology in the automotive industry
R Van den Hoed
Journal of Cleaner Production 15 (11-12), 1014-1021, 2007
1372007
Competing technologies and the struggle towards a new dominant design: the emergence of the hybrid vehicle at the expense of the fuel cell vehicle?
M Hekkert, R Van den Hoed
Greener Management International, 29-43, 2004
952004
Policy effects on charging behaviour of electric vehicle owners and on purchase intentions of prospective owners: Natural and stated choice experiments
R Wolbertus, M Kroesen, R van den Hoed, CG Chorus
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 62, 283-297, 2018
882018
Commitment to fuel cell technology?: How to interpret carmakers’ efforts in this radical technology
R van den Hoed
Journal of power sources 141 (2), 265-271, 2005
852005
Fully charged: An empirical study into the factors that influence connection times at EV-charging stations
R Wolbertus, M Kroesen, R Van Den Hoed, C Chorus
Energy Policy 123, 1-7, 2018
822018
Assessment of public charging infrastructure push and pull rollout strategies: The case of the Netherlands
JR Helmus, JC Spoelstra, N Refa, M Lees, R van den Hoed
Energy Policy 121, 35-47, 2018
672018
Estimating the charging profile of individual charge sessions of Electric Vehicles in the Netherlands
JJ Mies, JR Helmus, R Van den Hoed
World Electric Vehicle Journal 9 (2), 17, 2018
592018
Driving fuel cell vehicles. How established industries react to radical technologies
R Van den Hoed
532004
A data driven typology of electric vehicle user types and charging sessions
JR Helmus, MH Lees, R van den Hoed
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 115, 102637, 2020
522020
Data analysis on the public charge infrastructure in the city of Amsterdam
R Van Den Hoed, JR Helmus, R De Vries, D Bardok
World Electric Vehicle Journal 6 (4), 829-838, 2013
502013
Unraveling user type characteristics: Towards a taxonomy for charging infrastructure
J Helmus, R Van Den Hoed
World Electric Vehicle Journal 7 (4), 589-604, 2015
472015
Electric vehicle fast charging needs in cities and along corridors
R Wolbertus, R Van den Hoed
World Electric Vehicle Journal 10 (2), 45, 2019
432019
Benchmarking charging infrastructure utilization
R Wolbertus, R Van den Hoed, S Maase
World Electric Vehicle Journal 8 (4), 754-771, 2016
432016
Institutional change in the automotive industry: or how fuel cell technology is being institutionalised
R van den Hoed, PJ Vergragt
Greener Management International, 45-61, 2004
412004
Key performance indicators of charging infrastructure
J Helmus, R Van den Hoed
World Electric Vehicle Journal 8 (4), 733-741, 2016
292016
Charging infrastructure roll-out strategies for large scale introduction of electric vehicles in urban areas: An agent-based simulation study
R Wolbertus, R van den Hoed, M Kroesen, C Chorus
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 148, 262-285, 2021
282021
Charging station hogging: A data-driven analysis
R Wolbertus, R van den Hoed
Electric Vehicle Symposium 30, 1-14, 2017
262017
Simulation of Future Electric Vehicle Charging behavior—Effects of transition from PHEV to FEV
I Vermeulen, JR Helmus, M Lees, R van den Hoed
World Electric Vehicle Journal 10 (2), 42, 2019
192019
Fast charging systems for passenger electric vehicles
R Wolbertus, R van den Hoed
World Electric Vehicle Journal 11 (4), 73, 2020
172020
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