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Localization of Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles Using Genetic Algorithms

2021

Author(s): Jordán J, Palanca J, del Val E, Julian V, Botti V

This work addresses the problem of optimizing the placement of new infrastructures for EV charging. The electric vehicle is gradually being introduced in cities. The impact of this introduction is less due, among other reasons, to the lack of charging infrastructure necessary to satisfy the demand.

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In this research, the authors develop a total cost minimization model for demand-responsive door-to-door shared transportation services, including operator and user costs. Optimization variables are vehicle size and fleet size for operation with human-driven and automated vehicles.

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In this paper, the authors examine strategies used by networks of incumbent state and industry actors in China, Japan and California to accelerate the production and diffusion of battery-electric or hydrogen-powered vehicles.

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Probabilistic Load Flow Analysis of Electric Vehicle Smart Charging in Unbalanced LV Distribution Systems With Residential Photovoltaic Generation

2021

Author(s): Ramadhani UH, Fachrizal R, Shepero M, Munkhammar J, Widén J

In this study, a probabilistic load flow analysis is performed by modelling the variability of electric vehicle mobility, household load, photovoltaic system generation, and the adoption of photovoltaic system and electric vehicle in society.

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E-Mobility From a Multi-Actor Point of View: Uncertainties and Their Impacts

2021

Author(s): Ball CS, Vögele S, Grajewski M, Kuckshinrichs W

Germany has taken steps to encourage the adoption of electric vehicles, but adoption has been modest thus far. A wider range of issues and stakeholder priorities must be considered when assessing the decarbonization of the transportation sector.

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Route Prioritization of Urban Public Transportation From Conventional to Electric Buses: A New Methodology and a Study of Case in an Intermediate City of Ecuador

2021

Author(s): Wenz K-P, Serrano-Guerrero X, Barragán-Escandón A, González LG, Clairand J-M

This paper proposes a new methodology to address the transition of urban public transportation from conventional buses to EBs by route prioritization. The scores of each criterion are weighted using a multi-criteria technique.

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A Real-Time Dispatching Strategy for Shared Automated Electric Vehicles With Performance Guarantees

2021

Author(s): Li L, Pantelidis T, Chow JYJ, Jabari SE

Car-sharing is gaining popularity throughout the world and has emerged as a competitive technology for urban mobility. Combined with the upward trend in vehicle electrification and the promise of automation, it is expected that urban travel will change in fundamental ways in the near future.

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Decision Support and Strategies for the Electrification of Commercial Fleets

2021

Author(s): Schmidt M, Staudt P, Weinhardt C

Electric vehicles have shown to be a feasible mobility option that reduces emissions and hence contributes to the transportation sector's decarbonization. Vehicle fleets are a promising starting point for increased market penetration. With this study, the authors address the issue of fleet electrification by analyzing a data set of 81 empirical mobility patterns of commercial fleets.

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Review of Communication Technologies for Electric Vehicle Charging Management and Coordination

2021

Author(s): ElGhanam A, Hassan M, Osman A, Ahmed I

This paper presents a survey of existing literature on vehicular communications for EV charging coordination and management. The communication requirements and feasible communication technologies for vehicular communication are first discussed in details.

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In Mexico City, urban air pollution has risen dramatically in recent decades, leading to harmful effects on the ecosystem. New sustainable technologies have been adopted in the transportation sector to reduce pollution emissions.