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E-handelns roll och potential för mer energieffektivt och hållbart transportsystem (The potential and role of e-shopping on more energy efficient and sustainable transports)

  • Hiselius, Lena
  • Lunds universitet, Universitet eller högskola, 202100-3211
Sponsors, duration, budget: Energimyndigheten ; 2011-04-01 -- 2013-06-30 ; 1208500 kronorRegistration number:
  • Energimyndigheten 340431
Subject(s): Online resources: Abstract: E-handelns marknadsandel växer stadigt, och det påverkar i viss mån den traditionella handeln och dess godstransporter, logistik och lokalisering. Inköp via internet med varuleveranstjänster kan ge en överföring av inköpsresor med bil till effektivare godstransporter som har potential att ge positiva effekter på hållbarhet, markanvändning, färdmedelsval, med mera. Syftet med projektet var att uppskatta potentialen för e-handel med avseende på ett mer energieffektivt och hållbart transportsystem.Abstract: The rapidly growing e-commerce trend will affect our buying habits as travel habits. Trips for shopping have great energy efficiency potential since they represent approximately 13% of the total energy use for personal transports in Sweden. In conventional trade, transports from store to home stands for roughly the same energy and environmental impact as the rest of the transport chain. The knowledge of the complex net impact of e-commerce opportunities is however inadequate. The project intends to develop such that the different future development scenarios in combination with intervention strategies to draw conclusions and recommendations on how development can be used or managed in order to manage potential. The project intends to develop such knowledge relating to various future development scenarios in combination with intervention strategies. Based on this knowledge conclusions can be drawn and recommendations made on how the ongoing development can be used or managed in order to reach a better energy efficient potential.
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