BrownU EV Charging survey ... Infrastructure Advancements
% You didn't state the complete purpose of your survey: what do you plan to
do with the EV driver answers.
I too have questions about your survey participation request.
-Why do you need a name?
-Why do your questions focus on the negative? (its like the survey was
written by people who are not daily EV drivers with EV-ignorant fears).
Below are links
- to possible BrownU EV activities
- there are already mobile charging businesses
I captured the text of the survey for EV drivers leary of your request, to
IMO, for a group asking EV charging questions you didn't ask:
-What level (L#) do you charge at? (L1, L2, L3)
-What power can yur EV draw at L2, L3?
-Does your EV have a L3 charging capability? if so,
-Which L3 charging do you use: CHAdeMO, ccs, ?
-Do you use a charging website or app? Or at lease know of some if you need
them to look up charging for a trip (plugshare.com)
-How many hours of charging do you draw each time you charge at public L2
EVSE (2,4,? hours)
There are many more EV charging questions you did not ask but should have.
This survey seems like the EV-blind leading the EV-blind to a conclusion
they want, not reality. Did local bean-counters (the ones with the money to
spend) ask you to gather answers for EV charging installations? (on campus,
in a city, ?) ... %
https://goo.gl/forms/iEjK3Uynvh23XPtT2 Electric Vehicle Owner Survey
We are a group of Brown University students researching the current
landscape of the electric charging infrastructure. Please answer the
following question and feel free to add comments as desired.
What kind of EV(s) do you own?
How long have you owned an EV?
How many miles do you drive on an average day?
Has your battery ever died on the side of the road?
How often do you charge your EV at a public charger outside your home?
2-3 times a week
Once a week
2-3 times a month
Once a month
A few times a year
Do you find it easy to find an EV charger in public?
Does your workplace offer charging stations?
Yes, but they are always full
Are there times that you use a different car for travel because of battery
Do you plan out your trips in advance regarding charging options?
If so, what apps or maps do you use?
What were your reservations about buying an EV?
Lack of public chargers
Lack of available public chargers (eg. public chargers are always full)
Would you consider paying an extra fee to have an on-call mobile charging
service that would charge your vehicle while it's parked?
Only in an emergency
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