Dissertation

Data-Driven Behavior Analysis and Implications in Plug-in Electric Vehicle Policy Studies

Research Product Type
Dissertation
The adoption of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) is considered to be a potential solution to reduce transportation-related emissions. People’s vehicle choice and driving behavior will have important implications for the realized emissions reductions from PEVs. Therefore, PEV-related policy studies require good understanding of human behavior. This dissertation proposes data-driven approaches to simulate behavior and provides a discussion of the implications for three PEV-related topics.