Understanding the role of a rapid charging infrastructure on urban and interurban mobility patterns

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  2. Myriam Neaimeh
  3. Dr Graeme Hill
  4. Dr Amy Guo
  5. Professor Phil Blythe
Author(s)Neaimeh M, Hill GA, Guo W, Wardle J, Bramich A, Blythe PT
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Publication type Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Conference NameElectric Vehicle Symposium (EVS29)
Conference LocationMontréal, Québec, Canada
Year of Conference2016
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Rapid Charge Network (RCN) is a 7 Million Euros project co-financed by the European Commission with the collaboration of Nissan, BMW, Renault, VW, ESB, ZCF and Newcastle University. The aim of this work is to share some of the insights from RCN on the use of rapid charging posts in the UK and illustrate how they could be extending the driving range of electric vehicles (EVs) and enabling the use of EVs by highmileage drivers. The findings from this work would be used to inform the deployment of rapid charge networks in Europe and beyond
URLhttp://www.evs29.org/2c-expanding-dc-fast-charge-planning-and-impacts
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