Battery Sharing: A Feasibility Analysis through Simulation

Mattia Neroni, Erika M. Herrera, Angel A. Juan*, Javier Panadero, Majsa Ammouriova

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Nowadays, several alternatives to internal combustion engines are being proposed in order to reduce CO2 emissions in freight transportation and citizen mobility. According to many experts, the use of electric vehicles constitutes one of the most promising alternatives for achieving the desirable reductions in emissions. However, popularization of these vehicles is being slowed by long recharging times and the low availability of recharging stations. One possible solution to this issue is to employ the concept of battery sharing or battery swapping. This concept is supported by important industrial partners, such as Eni in Italy, Ample in the US, and Shell in the UK. This paper supports the introduction of battery swapping practices by analyzing their effects. A discrete-event simulation model is employed for this study. The obtained results show that battery sharing practices are not just a more environmentally and socially friendly solution, but also one that can be highly beneficial for reducing traffic congestion.

Idioma originalInglés
Número de artículo225
Número de páginas14
PublicaciónBatteries
Volumen9
N.º4
DOI
EstadoPublicada - abr 2023

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