Analysis of Construction Plans of Rapid Charging Infrastructures based on Gas Stations in Rural Areas to Propagate Electric Vehicles

Year
2015
Type(s)
Author(s)
Taegon Kim, Solhee Kim, Kyo Suh
Source
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning Vol.20 No.4, 2015, pp.137-143
Url
http://jksrp.or.kr/journal/article.php?code=21939

Car exhaust emissions are recognized as one of the key sources for climate change and electric vehicles have no emissions from tailpipe. However, the limited charging infrastructures could restrict the propagation of electric vehicles. The purpose of this study is to find the vulnerable districts limited to the charging station services after meeting the goal of Ministry of Knowledge Economy(12%). We assumed that the charging service can be provided by current gas stations. The range of the vulnerable grades was determined by the accessibility to current gas stations and the vulnerable regions were classified considering the optimal number of charging stations estimated by the efficiency function. We used 4,827 sub-municipal divisions and 11,677 gas station locations for this analysis. The results show that most of mountain areas are vulnerable and the fringe areas of large cities generally get a good grade for the charging infrastructure. The gangwon-do, jeollanam-do, gyeongsangbuk-do, and chungcheongnam-do include more than 40% vulnerable districts.

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