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EVEREST aims to provide equitable access to chargepoints

Cenex develops demand prediction model

Mark Moran
13 July 2021
Worcester: Existing chargepoints, number of EVs, fractions of homes with off-street parking and walking time from existing chargepoints 2020 (Cenex)
Worcester: Existing chargepoints, number of EVs, fractions of homes with off-street parking and walking time from existing chargepoints 2020 (Cenex)

 

On-street chargepoints will play a key role in the UK’s transition to electric motoring, but predicting how, when and where should they be deployed remains a challenge. Ultra low emission vehicle consultancy Cenex has developed EVEREST, a model that takes in multiple inputs (including existing and planned chargepoints, driver behaviour, EV uptake projections, and households with access to off-street parking) to predict the demand for, and optimise the deployment of, public EV charging...

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