ISTPP partners with Civil Engineering on Plug-in Electric Vehicle research

October 14, 2010

ISTPP researchers, Eric Lindquist and Arnie Vedlitz, are partnering with TAMU Civil Engineering professor, Ivan Damnjanovic, on research to evaluate the role that private and public sector stakeholders will play in the development of a PHEV/PEV (plug-in hybrid electric vehicle/plug-in electric vehicle) charging infrastructure. Titled “PEV Infrastructure Development Policy Assessment and Modeling,” this innovative research merges engineering agent-based systems modeling with social sciences and policy analysis in order to develop a policy process framework for integrating two complex infrastructure systems: transportation and electrical.

The team presents their research proposal on October 20 at the workshop “Interfacing Electricity and Transportation Networks: The Role of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVS) and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVS).” This is the third annual workshop of the joint TAMU-UT team of researchers and industry partners in the National Science Foundation’s Industry and University Cooperative Research Program Center (I/UCRC), PHEV/EBVs: Transportation and Electricity Convergence.

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