Net-zero Transportation and Electric Vehicles
Decarbonizing Transportation Symposium: Transit, Active Transportation, and Electrification
Project Title: Electric vehicle infrastructure design, optimization, and emission evaluations toward a full-scale net-zero transportation sector
The project will address the growing challenges, strategies and future vision of electric vehicles. It will also assess the development approaches toward zero-emission transportation and society.
The research project is funded by NSERC Alliance Mission Grant.
Transportation accounts for around 25% of Canada's greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Less than 6% of electric chargers are in the prairie region which makes EVs problematic for long trips.
Charging queuing and cold weather are major concerns for urban EV travels.
Canada’s mandate for net-zero by 2035 yet EVs still make up fewer than 5% of Canadian passenger vehicles.
Yili (Kelly) Tang, Ph.D., P.Eng,
Zhanle Wang, Ph.D., P.Eng,
Eman Almehdawe, Ph.D., P.Eng
Raman Paranjape, Ph.D., P.Eng
Paitoon Tontiwachwuthikul, Ph.D., P.Eng
Majid Emami Javanmard
Jesus Adrián Martínez
James Fick, P.Eng, SaskPower
Shea Pederson, SaskPower
Darcy Kozoriz, SaskPower
Vikas Ravada, P.Eng, City of Regina
Nathan Fu, City of Regina
Clark Lim, Acuere Consulting Inc.