Highly-resolved modeling of personal transportation energy consumption in the United States

  • Muratori M
  • Moran M
  • Serra E
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Abstract

This paper centers on the estimation of the total primary energy consumption for personal transportation in the United States, to include gasoline and/or electricity consumption, depending on vehicle type. The bottom-up sector-based estimation method introduced here contributes to a computational tool under development at The Ohio State University for assisting decision making in energy policy, pricing, and investment.In order to simulate highly-resolved consumption profiles three main modeling steps are needed: modeling the behavior of drivers, generating realistic driving profiles, and simulating energy consumption of different kinds of vehicles.The modeling proposed allows for evaluating the impact of plug-in electric vehicles on the electric grid - especially at the distribution level. It can serve as a tool to compare different vehicle types and assist policy-makers in estimating their impact on primary energy consumption and the role transportation can play to reduce oil dependency. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.

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  • [Bottom-up modeling, Electric vehicles, Oil depend

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Authors

  • M. Muratori

  • M.J. Moran

  • E. Serra

  • G. Rizzoni

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