Multi-Period Planning for Electric Car Charging Station Locations: A Case of Korean Expressways
flow-refueling location, electric vehicles, multi-period planning, Korean Expressways
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One of the most critical barriers to widespread adoption of electric cars is the lack of charging station infrastructure. Although it is expected that a sufficient number of charging stations will be constructed eventually, due to various practical reasons they may have to be introduced gradually over time. In this paper, we formulate a multi-period optimization model based on a flow-refueling location model for strategic charging station location planning. We also propose two myopic methods and develop a case study based on the real traffic flow data of the Korean Expressway network in 2011. We discuss the performance of the three proposed methods.
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European Journal of Operational Research, v. 242, issue 2, p. 677-687
Scholar Commons Citation
Chung, Sung Hoon and Kwon, Changhyun, "Multi-Period Planning for Electric Car Charging Station Locations: A Case of Korean Expressways" (2015). Industrial and Management Systems Engineering Faculty Publications. 37.