Public Private Partnership for disseminating solar driven electric mobility?

May be public private partnerships are the best way to set up such charging infrastructure. In an EU-funded project we are investigating that question. Please help by filling in this questionaire.

There are several options for implementing policies to drive into the direction of solar mobility or more general electric mobility ustilising renewable resources. Nowadays some countries are rolling out large infrastructure on their own like Israel - others rely on private investments solely. Is there a way in between? Yes we think so: Public Private Partnerships allow a bundle of measures in the different elements of implementing clean energy projects and bringing that to the vehicles. Whilst energy production is may be on the private and utility side - expensive charging infrastructure or the vehicles themselves may be implemented using PPP. Please help us to complete the picture which already is explained in this questionnaire.

Many thanks in advance

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