From 2011 to 2016 SFU-START collaborated with researchers at the University of British Columbia, the University of Victoria, and the British Columbia Institute of Technology to investigate a number of research questions related to powering plug-in electric vehicles with renewable energy supply. The final report summarizing the outputs of this research activity funded through NRCan’s ecoENERGY Innovation Initiative is available for download in both English and French.
Related START publications:
Axsen, J., B. Langman and S. Goldberg (2017). Confusion of Innovations: Mainstream consumer perceptions and misperceptions of electric-drive vehicles and charging programs in Canada, Energy Research & Social Science, 27, 163-173.
Wolinetz, M. and Axsen, J. (2017). How policy can build the plug-in electric vehicle market: Insights from the respondent-based preferences and constraints (REPAC) model. Technology Forecasting and Social Change.
Axsen, J., S. Goldberg, and J. Bailey. (2016). How might potential future plug-in electric vehicle buyers differ from current “Pioneer” owners?. Transportation Research Part D 47 (2016) 357-370.
Axsen, J., J. H. Bailey, and M. Castro (2015). Preference and lifestyle heterogeneity among potential plug-in electric vehicle buyers, Energy Economics, 50, 190-201.
Bailey, H., A. Miele, and J. Axsen (2015). Is awareness of public charging associated with consumer interest in plug-in electric vehicles? Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 36, 1-9.