EVS36 — 36th Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exposition
Lecture Sessions

3E - Uptake Modeling and Expectations

Monday, June 12, 2023

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Ballroom B7

3:30 pm-3:50 pm

EV distribution from early adopters to the early majority – The case of Sweden 2016–2020

Mikael Levin
Transport Analysis

Mikael Levin works as a Senior Adviser at the governmental agency Transport Analysis in Sweden. Levin works mainly on evaluating Swedish transport policy and the vehicle market in Sweden and has been working on forecasting the Swedish road vehicle fleet since 2016. Levin has a PhD. in Social Science from Umeå University.

3:50 pm-4:10 pm

EV supply modelling: Implications of global EV adoption targets for Mexico and North America

Francisco Pares Olguin
University of California, Davis
United States

Francisco Parés is an Energy Graduate Group Ph.D. student at UC Davis. He currently works in the Electric Vehicle Research Center focusing on global vehicle supply and trade in the primary and secondary markets, as well as EV life-cycle assessment. Francisco is interested in the intersection of environmental and social sustainability, economics, and policy. He holds a BSc in Civil Engineering from UABC, and an MSc in Renewable Energy from UAG, Mexico.

4:10 pm-4:30 pm

Electric vehicle uptake; What will it be versus what should it be?

Onur Özgün
United Kingdom

Onur Özgün is a principal researcher and the modelling responsible for DNV’s Energy Transition Outlook. Onur holds master’s and Ph.D. degrees in industrial engineering from Boğaziçi University in Istanbul, Turkey. His expertise is in simulation models, particularly system dynamics methodology, with applications in energy, sustainability and socio-economic systems. Prior to joining DNV, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Northeastern University in Boston, USA, where he was involved sustainability challenges in urban and regional settings and using simulation models as learning environments. Since 2015, he is engaged in several research and commercial projects related to the energy transition and sustainability in DNV’s corporate research unit.

4:30 pm-4:50 pm

A Household-Level EV Adoption Model for California Based on Heterogeneity in Single and Multi-Vehicle Households

Trisha Ramadoss
UC Davis
United States

Trisha Ramadoss is a third-year Ph.D. student at the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California – Davis. She is in the Transportation Technology and Policy program and works at the Plug-in Hybrid and Electric Vehicle center. Trisha focuses on EV adoption modelling, repeat EV buyer behavior, and equity in the transition to zero-emission vehicles. Prior to joining UC Davis, Trisha received her B.S. in Physics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania’s Vagelos Integrated Program in Energy Research.