STEPs Reports and Documents
available to download

Reports produced by the STEPs project which are now available for public access and download can be retrieved by clicking the relevant links below:

STEPs FINAL REPORT

Transport Strategies under the scarcity of energy supply - STEPs Final Report (published)

The report is divided into parts as it takes up a lot of disc space. Please download the sections as required. For your information the list of contents is in Part 0.

Front Cover

Part 0: Front Section of the Report (includes Contents, Foreword & Acknowledgements, Executive Summary)

Part 1: Chapter 1 - Trend Analysis, Chapter 2 - Transport trends and their energy implications

Part 2: Chapter 3 - The scenarios, Chapter 4 - The modelling system, Chapter 5 - The assessment methodology

Part 3: Chapter 6 - Results of the European models, Chapter 7 - Results of the regional models, Chapter 8 - Summary of model results

Part 4: Chapter 9 - Meta - analysis and consistency of model results, Chapter 10 - Assessment of scenarios, Chapter 11 - Overall assessement of results

Part 5 : Chapter 12 - Conclusions, References, Appendices

 

STEPs INDIVIDUAL DELIVERABLES

STEPs also produced a number of deliverables throughout the duration of the project.

Deliverable 1 - State of the Art
Deliverable 2 - Overview of relevant trends and translation into parameters
Deliverable 3.1 - Framework of the Scenarios and description of the themes
Deliverable 4.1 - Modelling suite for Scenarios Simulations
Scenario impacts
Deliverable 5.1 - Methodology for the assessment of transport and energy supply scenarios - Database requirements
Deliverable 6 - Conclusion and definition of further needs
Deliverable 8.1 - Report of the first Clustering Meeting, Budapest, 25th November 2004
Deliverable 8.2 - Report of the second Clustering Meeting, Krakow 29th May 2005
Deliverable 8.3 - Report on the third Clustering Meeting, Gothenburg, 15th June 2006

 

STEPs Presentations & Abstracts

Below are presentations, papers and / or abstracts produced for the project;

Journal paper:

* S. Shepherd, P. Pfaffenbichler: "Sustainable transport policies under scarcity of oil supply"; Proceedings of ICE, Engineering
Sustainability, 159 (2006), 2; S. 63 - 70.

Conference Proceedings:

* A. Martino, D. Fiorello, S. Shepherd, P. Pfaffenbichler:
"Strategic modelling of transport and energy scenarios"; Vortrag: European Transport Conference 2006, Strasbourg/F; 18.09.2006 - 20.09.2006; in: "Seminar: European Transport Policy and Research", (2006), 1 S.
* A. Monzon, E. Lopez, P. Pfaffenbichler: "Evaluación de escenarios de eficiencia energética y sostenibilidad del sistema de transporte"; Vortrag: XIV Congreso Panamericano de Ingeneria de Tránsito y Transporte, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria; 20.09.2006 - 23.09.2006; in: "Proceedings", (2006), Paper-Nr. P07_26, 15 S.

Poster and short paper:

* P. Pfaffenbichler, S. Shepherd: "Technology versus demand
regulation - strategic modelling of transport, land use and energy scenarios"; eceee 2007 Summer Study, La Colle sur Loup, Côte d’Azur, France, 4–9 June 2007

Presentations:

21st November 2006 - Transport Strategies Under the Scarcity of Energy Supply: the EU STEPs Project : Presentation

20th March 2006 - EU STEPs Project Scenarios for Transport and Energy Supply and their Potential Effects Overview & Current Progress: Presentation

5th October 2006 - Political, socio economic & technological environments affecting transport energy use in Europe. Presentation, Paper, Abstract