To understand the significance of the technologies devel-oped within the other capacity areas of this SCCER it is necessary to know how they will compare, using a wide range of indicators for their total Swiss transport and energy sector impacts, and how they will compete against each other in the transportation and energy marketplaces. Here we will therefore provide a specific vector of concrete environmental, economic and social indicators, using key methodological tools to estimate the total systemic impacts and comparative trade-offs for all major mobility technologies and combined technology strategies. This is done based on the ability to optimize drivetrain designs based on technology advances developed in innovation field A, to estimate the fleet impacts based on future transport scenarios and driving patterns from capacity area B1, and to allow all different modes of transport to compete against each other.
Dr. Stefan Hirschberg
Senior Advisor at Paul Scherrer Institute
(formerly Head of Laboratory for Energy Systems Analysis at PSI)
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