FREILOT. Urban Freight Energy Efficiency Pilot. D.FL.6.4. Cost-benefit analysis
This deliverable contains the cost-benefit analysis results (CBA) for the piloted services in order to feed the Business Model discussions. First, a brief description of the method and the main hypotheses are shown. Then, each single system is presented, making several CBA analyses (corresponding to hypothesised scenarios). The best scenario for each system is chosen in terms of economic viability then a socio-economic CBA is carried out. Finally, a discussion about mixing systems is provided.
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