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Gijs van der Poel

Gijs van der Poel
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Master of Science

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Publications (10)
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Here, we develop a data-centric approach to analyse which activities, functions, and characteristics of the environment surrounding the slow charging infrastructure impact the distribution of the electricity consumed at slow charging infrastructure. We analysed the probability distribution of energy consumption and its relation to indicators charac...
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In this paper, we apply a data-driven approach to analyse the temporal characteristics of charging sessions performed at a slow charging infrastructure. By using the variable selection ability of the Lasso method, combined with the bootstrap driven post-selection inference, we evaluate measures quantifying the potential impacts of charging infrastr...
Article
Transportation electrification is a valid option for supporting decarbonization efforts but, at the same time, the growing number of electric vehicles will produce new and unpredictable load conditions for the electrical networks. Accurate electric vehicle load forecasting becomes essential to reduce adverse effects of electric vehicle integration...
Preprint
(https://arxiv.org/abs/2006.01672) Here, we develop a data-centric approach enabling to analyse which activities, function, and characteristics of the environment surrounding the slow charging infrastructure impact the distribution of the electricity consumed at slow charging infrastructure. To gain a basic insight, we analysed the probabilistic di...
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The availability of charging infrastructure is essential for large-scale adoption of electric vehicles (EV). Charging patterns and the utilization of infrastructure have consequences not only for the energy demand by loading local power grids, but influence the economic returns, parking policies and further adoption of EVs. We develop a data-driven...
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(https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/8955852) The availability of charging infrastructure is essential for large-scale adoption of electric vehicles (EV). Charging patterns and the utilization of infrastructure have consequences not only for the energy demand, loading local power grids but influence the economic returns, parking policies...
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This paper analyses the effect of two new developments: electrification and 'free floating' car sharing and their impact on public space. Contrary to station based shared cars, free floating cars do not have dedicated parking or charging stations. They therefore park at public parking spots and utilize public charging stations. A proper network of...
Conference Paper
In this study we developed models in order to predict the need for public charging points. These models give municipalities an insight into various environmental and consumer related factors that determine the need for public charging points for electric vehicles in the neighbourhood. These factors include, amongst others, the average gross monthly...

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The assumed positive effects of car sharing are significant. It reduces car ownership, reduces parking pressure, environmentally more friendly and is supposed to reduce the amount of kilometers travelled. Where owning a car results in fixed costs and limited variable costs when the car is actually used, car sharing, where costs are all variable is supposed to result in less car usage. I'm courious if there's any empirical evidence to support (or more interestingly don't support) this idea.

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