Dynamic charging of electric buses as a way to reduce investment risks of urban transport system electrification
Mikołaj Bartłomiejczyk , Marcin Połom
AbstractNight charging and fast charging are currently the two most common systems for charging electric buses. Despite the fact that numerous trial installations were started, neither of these two systems has obtained unqualified approval of the users. The alternative is to charge vehicles in motion - dynamic charging which combines the advantages of trolleybus transport and of electric buses. One of the advantages is the reduction of risks associated with the electrification of urban transport. The investment in the construction of the traction network allows you to reduce the costs associated with the purchase and replacement of traction batteries, as well as increase the flexibility of the transport system. The article presents the financial benefits resulting from the use of a dynamic charging system.
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|Book||Gopalakrishnan Kasthurirangan, Prentkovskis Olegas, Jackiva Irina, Junevičius Raimundas (eds.): TRANSBALTICA XI: transportation science and technology: proceedings of the International Conference TRANSBALTICA, May 2-3, 2019, Vilnius, Lithuania, Lecture Notes in Intelligent Transportation and Infrastructure, 2020, Springer, ISBN 978-3-030-38665-8, [978-3-030-38666-5], 656 p., DOI:10.1007/978-3-030-38666-5|
|Keywords in English||electric bus, trolleybus, traction batteries, dynamic charging, in motion charging, LCC, investment risk|
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