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|Title:||A novel policy making proposition for EV charging infrastructure management at HEI's|
|Keywords:||Charging Infrastructure;Charging Mode;Competitive Benchmarking;Electric Vehicles;Enforcement;Higher Education Institutions;Incentive;Questionnaire;Standards;Tariff;Transport|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the Universities Power Engineering Conference, Cluj-Napoca, (2-5 Sept. 2014)|
|Abstract:||This paper is based on real time EV charging infrastructure development that took place at Brunel University, which is located in west of London, UK. The aim of this paper is to establish the policy making process that has stages of an initial student-staff interest survey, records of the consultation process with EV owners, results of competitive benchmarking with other HEI's and the discussion on Type 2 Mode 3 charging stations which are 240V, 32A, 7kW, 50Hz compliant with IEC 62196 and ISO 14443 Mifare standards. The first time ever PAYG concept of POD Point Ltd is explained. Benefits of using PAYG concept for charging EV are mentioned. Various other factors that played major role were also considered as follows: deciding the tariff of the electricity used by the EV owners, charging cable compatibility with charging station, hours of operation, creation of new enforcement rules and recommendations to provide incentives that recognise and motivate EV community.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering Research Papers|
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