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Copenhagen

Summary

    Title: 
    Copenhagen
    Type: 
    City
    Presence of Port: 
    Yes
    Total land area: 
    2561.00
    Country: 
    Population: 
    1700000
    Presence of Airport: 
    Yes

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    Mobility

    Name Car Pooling
    Yes / No
    Remark
    Name Car Sharing
    Yes / No
    Remark
    Name Mobility City Apps
    Yes / No
    Remark
    Name SUMP - Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan
    Yes / No
    Remark

    As part of its region growth and development strategi (ReVUS) the Capital Region of Denmark has defined green transport with AF vehicles for both private and public transportation as part of the solution to the CO2, air polution and noice challenges the region has to tackle in the future.

    EV Charging

    Name Workplace charging incentives
    Yes / No
    Remark

    The Capital Region of Denmark offers free and impartial advice on all aspects of AFV through Copenhagen Electric.

    Name Use of Renewables to feed infrastructure
    Yes / No
    Remark
    Name Public charging
    Yes / No
    Remark

    The Capital Region of Denmark has established a number of charging stations for electric vehicles at the majority of its various locations (hospitals in particular) with associated dedicated parking places te be used by visitors and staff members.

    Name Payment for use of public chargers
    Yes / No
    Remark

    Public accesible charging points are typically owned and operated by private charge network operators. Payment is most per kWh but one charge (smaller) charge network operator includes charging as part of a parking fee.

    Name Interoperability between service providers
    Yes / No
    Remark
    Name Incentives for infrastructure innovation
    Yes / No
    Remark
    Name City wide covering of EV charging
    Yes / No
    Remark

    The region has a high frequency public accessible charging infrastructure in the City of Copenhagen including surrounding outskirts and partly in other medium sized towns. In smaller towns and in rural parts of the region publicly accessible charging infrastructure is not yet fully established. A combined regional/municipality strategy for public accesible charging infrastructure is under consideration.

    Name Charging habits management
    Yes / No
    Remark

    Public accessible charging points are typically owned and operated by private charge network operators.

    Incentives

    Name Restricted areas use
    Yes / No
    Remark
    Name Purchase incentives for private entities
    Yes / No
    Remark

    The Capital Region of Denmark has in 2014, 2015 and 2016 administered part of a national programme offering financial support to companies and public institutions procuring electric vehicles (approx. 6 - 7,000 Euro/vehicle).

    Name Parking incentives
    Yes / No
    Remark

    The Capital Region of Denmark has established a number of charging stations for electric vehicles at the majority of its various locations (hospitals in particular) with associated dedicated parking places te be used by visitors and staff members.

    Name Incentives for infrastructure purchasing
    Yes / No
    Remark

    The Capital Region of Denmark has established a number of charging stations for electric vehicles at the majority of its various locations (hospitals in particular) with associated dedicated parking places te be used by visitors and staff members.

    Procurement

    Name Procurement Goals
    Yes / No
    Remark

    As one of its strategic focus areas (Green Growth and Development) the Capital Region of Denmark has an ambition to reduce its operational CO2 footprint as much as possible . This includes a procurement protocol for AF vehicles (see below).

    Name AFV Policies
    Yes / No
    Remark

    The Capital Region of Denmark has decided that all of its own light vehicles (passenger cars and light commercial vehicles) procured after 1st July 2014 should be AFV's (with the only excemtion that AFV range is not adequate and/or price of the AFV is more than 80% higher than a comparable fossil fuel car).

    Vehicle data

    Type of vehicles Category Total AF vehicles BEV PHEV FCEV Natural gas Total vehicles
    Passenger cars M1 Total 4.363 4.715 100 26 25 689.718
    Passenger cars M1 City Fleet 419 404 0 15 0 2.103
    Buses (Public Transport) M2+M3 City Fleet 0 0 0 0 0 132
    Light Commercial Vehicles N1 City Fleet 80 79 0 0 1 1.663
    Light Commercial Vehicles N1 Total 424 413 0 1 10 102.186
    Heavy Duty Vehicles N2/N3 City Fleet 8 5 0 0 3 168
    Light vehicles (quadricycles) L6/L7           N/A
    Light vehicles (two-wheelers) L1-L5           N/A
    Taxis   1 1 0 0 0 1.900
    Car-sharing M1 820 820       1.100
    e-bike or e-motor sharing L1-L5 1.800 1.800       1.800
    Ferries   0 0       10

    Infrastructure data

    Infrastructure Place Accessibility Normal power High power > 22 kW HFS NGFS
    3.5 kW 7 kW 11 - 22 kW  Combo ChaDeMo Type 2 AC Tesla SC
    EV Charging points Street All N/A N/A 900 65 65 65 12    
      Public Parkings All N/A N/A N/A 65 65 65 12    
      Other All N/A N/A N/A 0 0 0 0    
      Any City fleet or contracted 4 0 28 0 0 0 0    
      Any Taxi or Car sharing N/A N/A N/A 0 0 0 0    
      Any Restricted (other) N/A N/A N/A 0 0 0 0    
    Hydrogen filling stations                   2  
    Natural Gas filling stations Any All                 5
      Any City fleet or contracted                 0
      Any Restricted (other)                 0