The spatio-temporal analysis of the use and usability problems of EV workplace charging facilities

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Abstract

With the worldwide calls to meet greenhouse gas targets and policy objectives by 2030, finding an electric vehicle (EV) on the way to work every day has become less surprising. Adapting to owning an EV is challenging to all potential users. Current users tend to rely on domestic charging for a more certain and less hassle charging opportunity. The demand is shifting towards workplace charging (WPC) as a cheap and convenient solution due to the relatively long time the car is parked there. WPC fills a critical gap in EV charging infrastructure needs by extending electric miles and building range confidence. This chapter reports on the social practice of using one of the WPC facilities in the UK. It investigates the use and usability problems that are faced (n = 12) by EV users at workplace environment in one of the UK public sector employer.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNew Trends in Electrical Vehicle Powertrains
EditorsLuis Romeral Martinez, Miguel Delgado Prieto
PublisherIntech
Chapter9
Pages177-202
Number of pages26
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-83881-698-8
ISBN (Print)978-1-78985-021-5, 978-1-78985-022-2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jan 2019

Keywords

  • workplace charging
  • electric vehicle
  • charging pattern
  • behaviour change
  • shared resources

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