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1 Table of contents
2 Introduction
3 Technological components
3.1 General definitions
3.2 Power train architecture
3.3 Energy management
3.3.1 Advantages and disadvantages of PHEVs
3.4 Batteries
3.4.1 Key parameters
3.4.2 State of the art and anticipated developments
3.4.3 Battery characteristics
4 Tank-to-wheel energy performance
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Literature review
4.3 How to measure the final energy consumption of PHEVs?
4.4 Energy performance of EDVs: first estimations
4.4.1 Reference cars energy performance and cost
4.4.2 Battery specifications
4.4.3 Energy efficiency
4.5 Need for further work
5 Vehicle costs
5.1 Literature review
5.2 Vehicle cost comparison for the EU
5.3 Need for further work
6 Battery charging options and infrastructures
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Battery charging options
6.3 Expected recharging time and implied charging infrastructure
6.4 Need for further work
7 Impacts on, and role of electricity grid operators
7.1 Introduction
7.2 From mono-directional to bi-directional power flow management
7.3 Need for further work
8 References
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JRC (2009) - Plug-In Hybrid and Battery-Electric Vehicles

JRC (2009) - Plug-In Hybrid and Battery-Electric Vehicles

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