Photovoltaics and electric vehicles are highly important for usage in private households
A current survey of 1,000 private households displays the relevance for the usage of "green products" at home / Photovoltaic systems as well as electric vehicles are described as having the greatest potential for usage
„Although electric mobility is currently, despite governmental support schemes, significantly below expectations, this survey points out that people view electric mobility and renewable energies as a whole”, Dr. Martin Ammon, head of energy industries center at EuPD Research, states. The survey results further show that renewable electricity should be generated on the own rooftop. When differentiating the way people live, the survey results show that nearly two thirds of the surveyed home-owners attest photovoltaics a higher importance.
In 2017, for the first time EuPD Research will conduct a nationwide survey on the topic of "utilities within the energy transition". The presentation of the research results and the award for the best utilities in Germany will take place on 1 June 2017 at the trade fair Intersolar Europe. The initiators of this project are Intersolar Europe, DCTI German CleanTech Institute and EuPD Research.
EuPD Research Sustainable Management GmbH
EuPD Research Sustainable Management GmbH is an international service provider focusing on B2B market research with a highly specialized multilingual interview center. We provide our clients in Europe, Asia and the US with the entire range of qualitative and quantitative research services. With the help of in-depth market knowledge combined with methodological professionalism, we provide practical, future-oriented business solutions and ensure that our clients receive a return on their research investment. Our continuous research has enabled us to develop particular skills in the field of renewable energy sources, particularly in the field of solar energy.
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