cartif projects

EVPLAN

Development of techniques and tools for planning and mapping electric vehicle recharge infrastructures in morooccan and african cities.

Description

EVPLAN looks for develop tools use as base to strategic decision making that benefits users and futures consumers of electric vehicle. To reach it out, three tools will be developed 1) of support for the deployment od recharge stations. 2) for the estimation of auxiliary services, that support the optimal sizing of the recharge stations or the better site attending to different factors and indicators of the region. 3) for the users of electric vehicle, to help them finding the recharge stations more convenient according to destiny, the vehicle status and the availability of the recharge station.

Objectives

  • Development of algorithms for the location and sizing of the recharge stations.
  • Tools for planning the deployment of the recharge stations. 
  • Tools for estimate the complementary services.
  • Development of a website.

Actions

  • Development of an algorithm that localize the places in which to install recharge stations according to traffic flow and proximity to places of affluence.
  • Development of the prototype and website of an algorithm for planning the deployment of the recharge stations. 
  • Development of the prototype and website of an algorithm for the estimation of the complementary services. 
  • Participate in validation tests and correction of possible errors found.

Expected Results

  • Development of algorithms for the localitation and sizing of the recharge stations.
  • Tool for the plannification of the deployment of the recharge stations in a website.
  • Tool to estimate the complementary services on a website. 

R&D Line

Development of methodologies and tools for the design of urban transformation strategies in cities.

Partners

CDTI INNO-ESPAMAROC ENERGY

CARTIF Budget: 55,000 €
Duration: 01/02/2022 – 30/06/2024

Responsible

Paula Hernamperez Manso

Energy division

pauher@cartif.es

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