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Consumers, Vehicles and Energy Integration Project - D1.3. Market Design and System Integration (full report)


Citation Greenleaf, J. and Rix, O. Consumers, Vehicles and Energy Integration Project - D1.3. Market Design and System Integration (full report), ETI, 2017. https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000722.
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Author(s) Greenleaf, J. and Rix, O.
Project partner(s) Baringa, Element Energy Ltd, TRL Ltd
Publisher ETI
DOI https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000722
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Abstract The objective of the Consumers, Vehicles and Energy Integration project is to inform UK Government and European policy and to help shape energy and automotive industry products, propositions and investment strategies. Additionally, it aims to develop an integrated set of analytical tools that models future market scenarios in order to test the impact of future policy, industry and societal choices. The project is made up of two stages:
  • Stage 1 aims to characterize market and policy frameworks, business propositions, and the integrated vehicle and energy infrastructure system and technologies best suited to enabling a cost-effective UK energy system for low-carbon vehicles, using the amalgamated analytical toolset.
  •  Stage 2 aims to fill knowledge gaps and validate assumptions from Stage 1 through scientifically robust research, including real world trials with privatevehicle consumers and case studies with business fleets. A mainstream consumer uptake trial will be carried out to measure attitudes to PiVs after direct experience of them, and consumer charging trials will measure mainstream consumer PiV charging behaviours and responses to managed harging options
This report represents Deliverable D1.3, Market Design and System Integration. The purpose of this report is to illustrate structures that can facilitate efficient, mass-market, deployment and use of Ultra-Low Emission Vehicles (ULEV) and their integration into the energy system and to help inform the high level design parameters of the trial to be conducted in Stage 2 of the project. This document should be read in conjunction with the D4.2 Final Analysis of Technology, Commercial and Market Building Blocks for Energy Infrastructure Report, from WP4 as the information in D4.2 hasbeen used to inform the scope of analysis conducted in WP1a. From the review of evidence to date it was clear that there had been limited work undertaken to explore how mass-market roll-out and use of ULEVs could be facilitated when considering a more holistic assessment across the four key dimensions of the:
  • Customer Proposition.
  • Physical Supply Chain.
  • Commercial Value Chain.
  • Market and Policy Framework.
This report, in conjunction with the supporting D4.2 Final Analysis of Technology, Commercial and Market Building Blocks for Energy Infrastructure Report, has helped to fill this gap
Associated Project(s) ETI-TR1006: Consumers, Vehicles and Energy Integration (CVEI)
Associated Dataset(s) No associated datasets
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