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1 SEStran Truncated version of Electric Vehicle interim presentation

2 September 2011 Official Project Launch – and shortly after was the realisation that the infrastructure was not in place to support our needs. R Milligan

3 October - November 2011 With help from staff and students we started to plan, design and manufacture our own charging posts. These are all stainless steel construction with 3kW 1phase outlets and electronics to show on charge/off charge. R Milligan

4 November 2011 A Scholarship was kindly offered from Mitsubishi Phoenix – Motor Vehicle student Bruce Whelan took up this opportunity. to give a student a greater depth of knowledge in their area. to be involved in every aspect of the project. to assist and support the development as it unfolds. This project was growing… R Milligan

5 December 2011 The e-Car booking system – to manage the vehicle activity. R Milligan System was designed and developed by our own staff – its a database with over 120 registered users. currently it has recorded over 330 events with JEC alone.

6 E-car Project logo R Milligan Snap shot of 1 st December – 29 th February all cars are GPS tracked we currently have three charging posts available for our business use further charging posts will be for sale at £630 each

7 R Milligan 1 st December – 29 th February

8 R Milligan 1 st December – 29 th February VehicleNo. of JourneysDistance (miles)Avg. Trip Distance SQA JEC Midlothian JEC Edinburgh Stevenson College Midlothian Council totals

9 Key data example: based only on fuel (petrol) Versus fuel (electricity) The five project cars have covered approx 11000miles to date; At £0.30 per mile the fuel cost would be £3300 At £0.40 per mile the fuel cost would be £ miles in a petrol car would cost £1760 The e-Cars have cost £380. _______________________________________________________________ R Milligan e-Car electricity cost approx £0.035 per mile Petrol car fuel cost approx £0.16 per mile So… if there is a £10000 difference between a comparable spec e-Car and petrol car, then based on the fuel cost only, it would break even at miles

10 I would like to thank all the partners for their help in making this a success We are looking for further partnerships… R Milligan


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