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An Electric taxi fleet charging system using second life electric car batteries simulation and economical approach

Author
Canals, L.; Amante, B.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
7th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management
Date of publication
2013
Presentation's date
2013-07-12
Book of congress proceedings
“Industrial Engineering and Complexity Management”. Book of Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management - XVII Congreso de Ingeniería de Organización.
First page
129
Last page
136
Publisher
Publicaciones de la Universidad de Valladolid
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/20289 Open in new window
URL
http://www.insisoc.org/CIO2013/es/book_of_proceedings.html Open in new window
Abstract
The industrial car manufacturers see in the high battery price an im-portant obstacle for an electric vehicle mass selling, thus mass production. There-fore, in order to find some cost relieves and better selling opportunities, they look and push forward to find profitable second battery uses. This study presents a sim-ulation and an economical approach for an electric taxi fleet charging system, us-ing these “old” electric car batteries, implemented in the city of Barcelona. The simulation ...
Citation
Canals, L.; Amante, B. An Electric taxi fleet charging system using second life electric car batteries simulation and economical approach. A: International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management. "Industrial engineering and complexity management : book of proceedings : 7th international conference on industrial engineering and industrial management - XVII congreso de ingeniería de organización : Valladolid, July 10-12th, 2013". Valladolid: Publicaciones de la Universidad de Valladolid, 2013, p. 129-136.
Keywords
Battery, Electric car, Li-ion, Second use, Taxi
Group of research
ENMA - Environmental Engineering
GIIP - Project Design, Sustainability and Communication Research Group

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