Drivers of BEVs feel the range limit as a problem and are requiring BEV equipped with always more large battery capacity. Spreading models with large batteries will bring fast charging (FC) to have even great influence outside home in long trip. Slow charging infrastructures will remain useful at home or wokplace in order to reduce the fast charging rate. In this work GPS data, on the behaviour of a conventional vehicle sample in Rome, are used to evaluate where, when and how much FCs are needed. © 2017 MOBI -Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre.

On the distribution of fast charge stations in urban environment

Mancini, M.;Giuli, G.;Genovese, A.
2017

Abstract

Drivers of BEVs feel the range limit as a problem and are requiring BEV equipped with always more large battery capacity. Spreading models with large batteries will bring fast charging (FC) to have even great influence outside home in long trip. Slow charging infrastructures will remain useful at home or wokplace in order to reduce the fast charging rate. In this work GPS data, on the behaviour of a conventional vehicle sample in Rome, are used to evaluate where, when and how much FCs are needed. © 2017 MOBI -Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre.
Fleet;Charging;BEV;GPS;Mobility
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