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  1. 1. About the DTE Network+ The DTE Network+ is a multidisciplinary project which aims to address the challenges of implementing an electrified, cost-effective and holistically operating transport sector for the UK. The network brings together academia, industry and the public sector to work across the major transport divisions of automotive, aerospace and rail. Our projects are categorised within multiple work streams and supported by the following universities.
  2. 2. Network Structure - Work Stream Model (WS1-WS4)
  3. 3. Advisory Board & Partners Aerospace Rail Road Infrastructure Consultancy/Investment/Government Battery
  4. 4. The Whole System Approach This network aims to employ interdisciplinary solutions which are becoming ever more required to successfully decarbonise transport. Thus, our immediate team covers the subjects of engineering, computer science, policy, planning, geography, economics and human factors. Improving techno-social systems like transport will require great technical solutions supported by policy and regulatory frameworks which are adopted by people within appropriate business models.
  5. 5. Research Questions We wish to contribute to the following questions: What is the role for electrification in aviation decarbonisation? How do we increase the use of renewable energy and exploit local energy generation, storage and management? How do we design and build reliable infrastructure to satisfy the future, including with widespread bidirectional power flow? How do we meet the ever increasing EV charging challenge, also including the variations with mobility as a service (MAAS) and autonomy? How do solutions very by locality i.e. rural transport decarbonisation?
  6. 6. Research Questions Continued Do electric vehicles require subsidies in the UK, how are EVs incentivised more effectively to bring upfront cost down? What role can local and national policy/governance play? What new business models can be employed? How do we tailor current funding to support these new growth opportunities? How do we control the use of big data? How do we incentivise adoption and participation from the public? What solutions are deemed acceptable by the general public?
  7. 7. DTE Network+ Current Research Examples
  8. 8. Electric Powertrain DevelopmentConnected Autonomous Vehicles Electric Taxiing - Modular Taxi- bots Aviation Research Facilities
  9. 9. Vehicle to Grid (V2G) Wireless Charging (Static and Dynamic) Low Carbon Generation on Railways COVID-19 and EV Uptake
  10. 10. Hybrid AC/DC Networks Electricity Network Reinforcement Using power electronics-based DC technology to improve efficiency, flexibility, capacity of the existing distribution networks. Accommodating more renewable energy and EVs and therefore, speeding up decarbonisation Interactive electric and transport networks to improve the overall system performance and support. The challenge is to supply additional power to: 1. Fixed/Known connection points. Rail (electrified lines), Aerospace (airports and any future eVTOL facilities), Maritime (ports & along waterways). 2. Highly distributed charging points for EVs. Large number of charging points to be connected. Domestic, industrial and built-up areas.
  11. 11. DTE Network+ Recent Outputs
  12. 12. Human Factors & Planning Big Data & Cyber Security Economics Policy and Governance One of the frustrations of urban transport systems is the lack of coordination between mobility provision and individuals. We need to know how to get from A to B as easily as possible, and by which mode. In the past we didn’t have enough data to know. Now we do, and we all have connected smartphones to help us visualise it all. It was therefore essential to bring experts in computer science within this Network+ The future of mobility will likely require a significant behavioural shift and redesign of our communities. Our team within the DTE Network+ are pursuing research into these issues. To successfully decarbonise, we must quantify the public's ability to engage in new transport schemes, evaluate users perceptions and expectations through effective communication, collaboration and design. Transport policy, infrastructure planning, and infrastructure deployment will require effective governance. Policy making at national, regional and local level will play a significant part. Sustainable regulatory design is being explored within the DTE Network+ through interdisciplinary collaboration. Please view our recent publication on EV uptake and its relation to policy later in this slide pack. All of the techno-social advance made by this network will be in vein without solutions being grounded in commercial viability. Moreover, effective structuring for policy/regulatory incentives is paramount to help nudge the decarbonisation agenda. Check our website soon for an upcoming publication regarding if EVs in the UK need subsidies.
  13. 13. DTE Network+ Launch Event Recently Quentin Wilson helped us to deliver our launch event at Cardiff Hilton Hotel, he is most widely known as a presenter of Top Gear, Fifth Gear and Britain's worst driver. Please listen to his thoughts on the urgent need and wide possibilities for electric vehicle usage expansion in the UK.
  14. 14. Recent Publications Rongqiu Song and Dr. Dimitris Potoglou Are Existing Battery Electric Vehicles Adoption Studies Able to Inform Policy? A Review for Policymakers https://www.mdpi.com/2071- 1050/12/16/6494 Prof. Patrick Chi-Kwong Luk, Hayder A. Abdulrahem, Bing Xia Low-cost high-performance ferrite permanent magnet machines in EV applications: A comprehensive review https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2590116820300370 Dr. Georgina Santos and Sebastian Rembalski Do electric vehicles need subsidies in the UK? Accepted to Energy Policy Framework and Consultation Document https://dte.network/reports
  15. 15. Contact Details Please visit our website dte.network Visit our YouTube channel: DTE Network General Enquiries: transport@dte.network Principal Investigator: CipciganLM@cardiff.ac.uk Network Manager: StamatisK@cardiff.ac.uk

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