Quantify National Energy Impact of Electrified Shared Mobility with Infrastructure Support

Yan (Joann) Zhou, Eric Wood, Fei Xie

Research output: NRELManagement


Infrastructure has long been a major barrier to battery electric vehicles (BEVs) adoption. Cost-effective charging infrastructure is crucial to support the future energy efficient transportation systems. The rapid development and deployment of advanced public charging technologies (e.g., direct current fast charging (DCFC)), coupled with other smart mobility solutions such as vehicle connectivity and shared mobility, will affect future vehicle ownership and use, electricity generation, and alternative fuel energy market. This will further result in major changes in the utilization of alternative transportation modes, energy consumption, and economic activity. Understanding the magnitude and sensitivity of these impacts is key to identifying barriers and achieving mainstream adoption of BEVs.
Original languageAmerican English
Number of pages8
StatePublished - 2020

Bibliographical note

See the Vehicle Technologies Office Batteries 2019 Annual Progress Report at https://www.energy.gov/sites/prod/files/2020/06/f75/VTO_2019_APR_Batteries-FINAL2_-compressed_0.pdf

NREL Publication Number

  • NREL/MP-5400-78667


  • infrastructure
  • smart mobility
  • transportation


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