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A review of consumer preferences of and interactions with electric vehicle charging infrastructure
S Hardman, A Jenn, G Tal, J Axsen, G Beard, N Daina, E Figenbaum, ...
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 62, 508-523, 2018
6222018
The effectiveness of financial purchase incentives for battery electric vehicles–A review of the evidence
S Hardman, A Chandan, G Tal, T Turrentine
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 80, 1100-1111, 2017
3362017
Comparing high-end and low-end early adopters of battery electric vehicles
S Hardman, E Shiu, R Steinberger-Wilckens
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 88, 40-57, 2016
1962016
Exploring electric vehicle charging patterns: Mixed usage of charging infrastructure
JH Lee, D Chakraborty, SJ Hardman, G Tal
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 79, 102249, 2020
1842020
Understanding the impact of reoccurring and non-financial incentives on plug-in electric vehicle adoption–a review
S Hardman
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 119, 1-14, 2019
1602019
Who is buying electric vehicles in California? Characterising early adopter heterogeneity and forecasting market diffusion
JH Lee, SJ Hardman, G Tal
Energy Research & Social Science 55, 218-226, 2019
1492019
Disruptive innovations: the case for hydrogen fuel cells and battery electric vehicles
S Hardman, R Steinberger-Wilckens, D Van Der Horst
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 38 (35), 15438-15451, 2013
1462013
Who will be the early adopters of automated vehicles? Insights from a survey of electric vehicle owners in the United States
S Hardman, R Berliner, G Tal
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 71, 248-264, 2019
1162019
Who are the early adopters of fuel cell vehicles?
S Hardman, G Tal
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 43 (37), 17857-17866, 2018
1142018
Barriers to the adoption of fuel cell vehicles: A qualitative investigation into early adopters attitudes
S Hardman, E Shiu, R Steinberger-Wilckens, T Turrentine
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 95, 166-182, 2017
1132017
An in-depth examination of electric vehicle incentives: Consumer heterogeneity and changing response over time
A Jenn, JH Lee, S Hardman, G Tal
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 132, 97-109, 2020
952020
An early look at plug-in electric vehicle adoption in disadvantaged communities in California
K Canepa, S Hardman, G Tal
Transport Policy 78, 19-30, 2019
892019
Changing the fate of Fuel Cell Vehicles: Can lessons be learnt from Tesla Motors?
S Hardman, E Shiu, R Steinberger-Wilckens
international journal of hydrogen energy 40 (4), 1625-1638, 2015
862015
Consumer attitudes to fuel cell vehicles post trial in the United Kingdom
S Hardman, A Chandan, E Shiu, R Steinberger-Wilckens
international journal of hydrogen energy 41 (15), 6171-6179, 2016
822016
Uncovering early adopter’s perceptions and purchase intentions of automated vehicles: Insights from early adopters of electric vehicles in California
RM Berliner, S Hardman, G Tal
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 60, 712-722, 2019
792019
Exploring the decision to adopt a high-end battery electric vehicle: role of financial and nonfinancial motivations
S Hardman, G Tal
Transportation Research Record 2572 (1), 20-27, 2016
792016
Understanding discontinuance among California’s electric vehicle owners
S Hardman, G Tal
Nature Energy 6 (5), 538-545, 2021
752021
Fuel cell added value for early market applications
S Hardman, A Chandan, R Steinberger-Wilckens
Journal of Power Sources 287, 297-306, 2015
552015
Enablers and disablers to plug-in electric vehicle adoption in India: Insights from a survey of experts
R Dua, S Hardman, Y Bhatt, D Suneja
Energy Reports 7, 3171-3188, 2021
532021
A perspective on equity in the transition to electric vehicle
S Hardman, KL Fleming, E Khare, MM Ramadan
MIT Sci. Policy Rev 2, 46-54, 2021
442021
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