Demand determinants for electric vehicles in Poland
Department of Logistics, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland
Department of Transport, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
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Data nadesłania: 08-06-2023
Data ostatniej rewizji: 21-09-2023
Data akceptacji: 28-09-2023
Data publikacji: 30-09-2023
Autor do korespondencji
Teresa Gądek-Hawlena   

Department of Logistics, Warsaw University of Life Sciences Institute of Economics and Finance, Nowoursynowska 166, 02-787, Warszawa, Polska
SLW 2023;58(1):161-180
Abstract. Transportation is one of the main sectors of any country's economy. The development of transportation positively influences changes in industrial activity, and the growth of population mobility. An important feature of responsible transport development is the formation of legally established, technical and economic conditions consistent with the idea of sustainable development. Electric cars are a solution that fits into this idea. The increase in the number of electric vehicles can significantly improve the environment, taking into account the use of renewable energy to power them. The purpose of this article is to identify the factors affecting the demand for electric vehicles among individuals in Poland. Based on the research conducted, it can be concluded that: few people own electric cars and only 1/3 of respondents are considering the purchase of such a car. According to the respondents, these cars are too expensive and are not suitable for long-distance travel, while the advantages are their economy and environmental friendliness. Among the respondents, few had knowledge of subsidies for the purchase of electric vehicles. Factors that could influence the purchase of vehicles among individuals were mentioned: the possibility of using free parking spaces, bus lanes intended for public transportation, entry into the city's clean transportation zones, and subsidies.
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