Driving an electric car every day

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by sicetaitsimple » 15/06/23, 21:38

OK, the "average" reasonings do not reflect all of the individual situations.
However, apart from the passenger cars of professionals like Macro, are there many passenger cars that drive more than 500h/year, i.e. around 25000km? I do not think so.
And that's about 6% time use in this case.
You can turn it in all directions, a VP is very useful, but it is used little in number of hours per year.
Hence the interest, if it is a battery on wheels, to find other occupations for it.
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by phil59 » 15/06/23, 23:33

When an EV is not driving, where can it be? we will round up to 200H per month at work .... In the sun.

And sometimes at home during heavy production hours.
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 15/06/23, 23:38

sicetaitsimple wrote:OK, the "average" reasonings do not reflect all of the individual situations.
However, apart from the passenger cars of professionals like Macro, are there many passenger cars that drive more than 500h/year, i.e. around 25000km? I do not think so.
And that's about 6% time use in this case.
You can turn it in all directions, a VP is very useful, but it is used little in number of hours per year.
Hence the interest, if it is a battery on wheels, to find other occupations for it.
If you want to illustrate the fact that on average we don't spend more than 6% of our time in our car, that's a success. I will add that it is happy! Afterwards, there are people who need their vehicle 100% to live and others who could very well do without it completely.
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by sicetaitsimple » 16/06/23, 09:50

GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:
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You can turn it in all directions, a VP is very useful, but it is used little in number of hours per year.
Hence the interest, if it is a battery on wheels, to find other occupations for it.


If you want to illustrate the fact that on average we don't spend more than 6% of our time in our car, that's a success.

No, what I want to illustrate is that there are definitely (and increasingly will be) smart ways to use these batteries when they're not riding, as long as they're designed to inject into a domestic (V2H) or even public (V2G) network.
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by Remundo » 16/06/23, 10:39

yes it's the sea serpent... we've been talking about V2H V2G for a long time.

This in itself is not a bad idea, however it would require communications protocols and some regulatory flexibility for this.

On the other hand, battery cycling is to the detriment of the owner, who should be compensated for this.
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by sicetaitsimple » 16/06/23, 10:55

Remundo wrote:In itself it's not a bad idea, however it would require communication protocols ...


I don't know anything about it (and it's not my cup of tea!), but to my knowledge the ISO15118 standard which deals with this subject in particular was published in April 2022.
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by Remundo » 16/06/23, 10:58

and yes and yes

a small inventory of manufacturers who manage this?

On the side of EDF in France, is it progressing?
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by sicetaitsimple » 16/06/23, 11:12

Remundo wrote:and yes and yes

a small inventory of manufacturers who manage this?

On the side of EDF in France, is it progressing?


No idea. But from the moment there is an international standard, I would be surprised if the various players (car manufacturers, network operators) do not align themselves with it.
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by Macro » 16/06/23, 11:44

I had to deal with an official from the DREETS this week... They are on the spot...But it will still take some time...Maybe several...decades
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by sicetaitsimple » 16/06/23, 18:59

I didn't say it was going to be a tidal wave. I simply pointed out that vehicles making it possible to do so should arrive on the market soon according to at least one announcement from Renault.
I tend to think that it should become a standard, or at least that all manufacturers would offer this feature as an option to those who want it (no idea of ​​the possible additional cost).
Then we'll see...
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