Training in Electric Mobility
[...] Take the lead in the transition into electric mobility
Electric vehicles are increasingly populating our roads, and in addition to passenger cars, electrically powered buses, pick-ups, delivery vehicles, and trucks are more and more on the road. Protoscar takes you on the exciting journey of electric mobility and trains your customers, your partners, or your employees.
Protoscar will provide you with the necessary knowledge so that your journey into sustainable mobility can be successfully implemented. The training solves typical inquires in:
Electric vehicles functioning
Vehicle Fleet Electrification Analysis
[...] Fleet Electrification Concept
Can your fleet be converted to electric vehicles without loss of mobility and without additional costs?
How high would the acquisition costs of the potential electrified fleet be? What would be the usage costs?
What would be the impact of the electrification of your fleet on energy consumption?
By how much could the CO2 emissions of your fleet be reduced through electrification?
The future of mobility is electric and electric vehicles are particularly suitable for fleet use because they offer several advantages. The fleet analysis serves to assess the electrification potential
Magway - Delivering good(s)
[...] by electricity, it is expected that Magway could reduce staff-related operating and fuel costs.
It produces significantly fewer emissions in comparison to other freight transportation modes [...] policy
Enables multi-modal final mile delivery options including electric and autonomous vehicles, drones, courier and click & collect
Test fleets, policy incentives and campaigns for the uptake of electric vehicles
[...] The City of Madrid aimed to foster the use of electric vehicles (EVs) by local companies, through expanding charging network and testing electric vehicles with Madrid’s Municipal Transport Enterprise.
Electric Bus System
[...] buses. Therefore, transport systems like Electric Bus Systems are a way to reduce the emissions and improve quality of transport and living. ( UITP, 2019 ) The Electric Bus System is a public transportation [...] operated by electric buses only. As every public transportation system, it can include ticketing, information of customers and a monitoring system. Additionally, facilities to charge the electric buses are [...] comparison to conventional engines, Electric Bus Systems are free of emissions locally. Moreover, less noise is produced when driving. While the initial costs for purchasing electric buses may be higher, the overall
Bi-directional Electric Vehicle Charging
[...] Most cars are idly parked 90-95% of the time. With an accelerated shift to using electric vehicles (EVs), batteries of EVs offer enormous potential in terms of using their vast collective storage capacity [...] support the grid, which can be taxed with an intermittent renewable energy supply. Bi-directional electric vehicle charging (V2X) refers to EV chargers that allow not only for charging the battery of the [...] grid when needed. There are two primary receivers of power from an EV: the grid (V2G) and the electricity from a home or building (V2H). Bi-directional charging creates greater synergy between the clean
Public Charging System for Electric Vehicles
[...] with conventional cars only anymore. One alternative technology, reducing the local emissions, are electric vehicles (EVs). For a successful market penetration, a functioning infrastructure is necessary. [...] purchase, after price and driving range ( Mckinsey, 2018 ). Therefore, public charging systems for electric vehicles support the electrification of urban mobility systems. While price and driving range improves
Consolidation Centre with Electric Vehicles and Local Regulations for Clean Urban Freight...
[...] advantages of urban freight distribution based on a new urban freight consolidation centre, using electric vans, compared to current practice, serving the logistics needs of shops located in the city centre