Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Articles

  • Fossil-Fuel Divestment: Where Should the Money Flow?

    In January 2014, a group of 17 foundations preceded the Fund, committing to divest $1.7 billion, which has grown to over 100 foundations and over $5 billion in pledges over the past 18 months. In early June 2015, the Norwegian government committed to ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Optimisation of PHEV/EV charging infrastructures: a review

    Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) or electric vehicle (EV) has the potential to facilitate the energy and environmental aspects of personal transportation, but face a hurdle of access to charging system. The charging infrastructure has its own complexities when it is compared with petrol stations because of the involvement of the different charging alternatives. As a result, the topic ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • The E–CITY 2020 game: the use of simulation games can accelerate market model design for the electric vehicle charging infrastructure

    The charging of electric vehicles forms a new market, which is emerging partially from existing energy markets. A new market requires a new market model; a description of roles, responsibilities and processes. Designing a market model for a yet non–existent market is complex and abstract, since future market dynamics are difficult to predict. Simulation games are a proven method to deal with such ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Electric Cars and the Kindness of Strangers

    As if we don’t have enough phobias already, now there is range anxiety, a malady brought on by the electric car. But it’s okay; there is a cure, or rather an app for that. Studies indicate that many electric car drivers – and those considering joining the ranks – suffer the fear of running out of power and being stranded with a dead battery. A little planning ahead could ...

  • Electric cars expect to survive government cuts

    Plugged-in places electric cars recharging infrastructure expects to survive the government's upcoming spending review and continue growing across the UK. The “plugged-in places” scheme is expected to survive from the government's upcoming spending review, covering the way for the accelerated rollout of electric car recharging networks in British cities. The Department for Transport ...


    By Vital Efficienci Ltd.

  • Is green energy our new plastics industry?

    If The Graduate were written today, Mr. McGuire’s career tip to Benjamin probably would have been “green,” rather than “plastics.” But it’s likely Benjamin would have responded in the same quizzical way: “Just how do you mean that, sir?” It was difficult to envision the vast number of new products, businesses and careers that would emerge from the plastics industry following World War II. The ...

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