For: NOVE – Netherlands Business Association for Independent Fuel Suppliers

[February 2022 – March 2024]

For Dutch-based NOVE, the Netherlands Business Association for Independent Fuel Suppliers, studio Gear Up developed an annually recurring Mobility Monitor that provides insights on vehicle fleet volumes development and indicates how the liquid and gaseous fuel demand, as wel as the deployment of electricity, in transport is expected to grow or decline over time. March 2024 we provided the Mobility Monitor 2024 to NOVE and its member organisations.

The Monitor focuses on two main issues:

Vehicle registration and fleet developments

Developments in the new sales and vehicle fleet volume for passenger cars, vans and heavy duty vehicles in the Netherlands towards 2030, 2035 and 2050, and

Changes in expected fuel and energy carrier deployment

Expected volumes of various fuels and energy carriers in the Netherlands transport market, based on these sales and fleet developments and based on the existing and adopted policy measures to mitigate the climate impact in the sector. the fuel scenarios provide overviews of the expected situation in 2025, 2030 and 2035.

More information (in Dutch) can be found at NOVE’s website.

The Mobility Monitor helps the members of NOVE to estimate their next year’s fuel and energy carrier volumes.

Source information

The information is based on public sources that provide regular overview information of ICEV and BEV sales, by RVO, the Netherlands Enterprise Agency, databases from Netherlands Statistics (CBS) as well as the annual Energy and Climate Exploration by the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL).

Previous Mobility Monitors:

Information about the previous version of the Mobility Monitor can be found here.

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