Online Course EV & Mobility
February 20, 2018-
Online Open Course Electric Cars: Technology, Business, and Policy – 7 Weeks.
Get an in-depth understanding of electric cars and learn about leading technologies, development of profitable business models and effective policies.
Organizer: TU Delft
About the Open Course
Electric vehicles are the future of transportation. Electric mobility has become an essential part of the energy transition, and will imply significant changes for vehicle manufacturers, governments, companies and individuals.
If you are interested in learning about the electric vehicle technology and how it can work for your business or create societal impact, then this is the course for you.
The experts of TU Delft, together with other knowledge institutes and companies in the Netherlands, will prepare you for upcoming developments amid the transition to electric vehicles.
You’ll explore the most important aspects of this new market, including state-of-the-art technology of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure; profitable business models for electric mobility; and effective policies for governmental bodies, which will accelerate the uptake of electric mobility.
After completing this course, you will be able to understand EV technology, implement a new strategy for your company’s fleet management, develop a citywide policy for emission-free mobility, or create a unique e-mobility business model.
Learners can choose two or all three tracks; namely Technology, Business, and/or Policy. The course includes video lectures, presentations and exercises, which are all reinforced with real-world case studies from projects that were implemented in the Netherlands. In the final week, the course will be concluded by connecting the different track perspectives.
This course was co-developed with the Dutch Innovation Centre for Electric Road Transport (D-INCERT) and is taught by experts from both industry and academia, who share their knowledge and insights.
What you’ll learn
- Basics of electric car technology
- Relevant charging infrastructure technologies and innovations, such as smart charging
- How to apply advanced business innovation tools
- Development of profitable e-mobility business models
- Development and evaluation of effective e-mobility incentive schemes
Full Professor, Department of Electrical Sustainable EnergyTU Delft
Research Professor Future MobilityRotterdam University of Applied Sciences
Chair of Process and Energy Systems Engineering TU Delft