|Keywords:||charging infrastructure; Engineering and Technology; Other Engineering and Technologies; Other Engineering and Technologies not elsewhere specified; Teknik och teknologier; Annan teknik; Övrig annan teknik; Systems in Technology and Society Programme; Civilingenjörsprogrammet System i teknik och samhälle|
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The thesis develops a model for deployment of public charging stations for electric vehicles and hybrids in the city of Uppsala in relation to the electricity demand. Areas for deployment of public charging stations has been determined through traffic flow analysis and is displayed in a map over the city of Uppsala. The model was constructed using three different prognoses for an increase of electric vehicles and hybrids. Through the prognoses the electricity demand has been determined and the number of public charging stations in relation to the electricity demand. It could be concluded that future public charging stations is difficult to predict due to uncertainties concerning the future electric vehicle market. In this study it is concluded that the number of public charging stations would not have a significant impact on the total electricity use in the city of Uppsala.