PiV EI Economics and Carbon Benefits: Executive Summary (WP3)
ETI PiV EI Economics and Carbon Benefits: Executive Summary (WP3), ETI, 2011. https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000935. Cite this using DataCite
Shell Research Ltd, E.ON Engineering (UK) Ltd, Electricité de France SA (EDF SA), IBM, The MathWorks, Inc, Ove Arup & Partners Ltd, Ricardo, TRL Limited, Institute for Transport Studies - University Of Leeds, University of Aberdeen, University
The Plug-in Vehicle Economics and Infrastructure: Economics and Carbon Benefits project is a strategic level analysis of the potential size of the market for plug-in vehicles, the total level of investment needed and the total carbon offset for the UK. It is comprised of three Work Packages. This Executive Summary covers all three Work Packages
3.1 Scenario Development
3.2 Revenue stream analysis (including the role of value added services)
3.3 Economic sensitivity and carbon offset analysis
The purpose of Work Package 3.1 was to agree scenarios and specific questions with the ETI and associated stakeholders for analysis in the Consumers and Vehicles (TR1001) and Electricity Distribution and Intelligent Infrastructure (TR1002) projects.
The purpose of Work Package 3.2 was to evaluate and quantify the contribution new revenue streams may make to the financial feasibility of delivering a plug-in vehicle system in the UK.
The purpose of Work Package 3.3 was to conduct a comprehensive economic and carbon offset analysis of the plug-in vehicle system and evaluate the viability and sustainability of the various scenarios developed in Work Package 3.1.