Electric vehicles (EVs) offer a promising solution to electrify transportation for potential greenhouse gas reductions and cost savings. EVs are also identified as flexible resources for grid integration with the ability to mitigate the increasing complexity issues of the grid, e.g., the duck curve caused by increasing penetration of renewables. The BP Energy Outlook predicts that about 100 million EVs will be on the road worldwide by 2035 .
by Federico Duperly and Alison Bayzat
EcoCAR 3 is the latest installment in the Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition (AVTC) series, hosted by General Motors and the US Department of Energy, and managed by Argonne National Laboratory. This competition challenges students from 16 schools across North America to transform a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro into a hybrid vehicle, while maintaining its consumer appeal and living up to the “Camaro” legacy.
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The Transportation Electrification eNewsletter studies topics that span across four main domains: Terrestrial (land based), Nautical (Ocean, lakes and bodies of water), Aeronautical (Air and Space) and Commercial-Manufacturing. Main topics include: Batteries including fuel cells, Advanced Charging, Telematics, Systems Architectures that include schemes for both external interface (electric utility) and vehicle internal layout, Drivetrains, and the Connected Vehicle.
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