Authors: Brandon M. Marshall, Jarod C. Kelly, Tae-Kyung Lee, Gregory A. Keoleian, Zoran Filipi
Publication: Energy Policy
- Travel patterns from survey data are combined with naturalistic drive cycles.
- More realistic PHEV energy modeling using these synthesized real-world drive cycles.
- Methodology is demonstrated for PHEVs in Michigan but applicable for other regions.
- Energy and emissions ﬁndings have major implications for PHEV standards and policy.
Read more: Environmental assessment of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles using naturalistic drive cycles and vehicle travel patterns: A Michigan case study