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Electricity Distribution and Intelligent Infrastructure - Systems Integration and Architecture Development (WP2.4) Final Report Appendix D1: Plan for Architecture Realisation

N. Baker-Brian & S. Parker
The Plug-in Vehicle Economics and Infrastructure Project is a core element of Electrification of Transport within Test Bed UK.The ETI will utilise the outputs of the project to support, inform and facilitate effective long-term benefits from the investments being made around the UK.The two primary objectives are:Evaluate the potential role and economics of plug-in vehicles in the low carbon transport system: generate a quantified understanding of the market potential, cost models and carbon benefits case...

An ETI Perspective - Consumers, Vehicles and Energy Integration (CVEI): Understanding the changes needed to markets and energy supply to encourage a wider take up of plug-in vehicles

A key aim of the project is to understand the changes that will be required to markets and energy supply systems to allow for a high deployment of plug-in vehicles, identifying the technical implications of such a shift and predicting how people might respond to any such transition. The results are envisaged to benefit vehicle users, vehicle manufacturers and organisations throughout the energy supply chain.

The first stage of the project which completed in the Autumn...

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