Semi-Annual Program Progress Performance Report For University Transportation Systems, pppr#4, October 2015
A summary of the major activities reported in the following pages is as follows. In the research area, the collection and analysis of data from the Nissan funded DC fast charger at FSEC (Project #3), the development of a student and faculty battery laboratory at Tuskegee University (Project #8), the opening of a new University of Hawaii battery test lab (Project #9), a computer model to optimize electrical costs for Tallahassee StarMetro buses (Project #14), and the installation and beginning of data collection from the FSEC wireless charging laboratory (Project #15). Detailed industry interactions for the period included Nissan, NovaCharge, General Motors, Florida Power & Light and Alabama and Florida DOTs. In the education and STEM area, seven new courses were developed and thirteen STEM and K-12 education events were held.
Florida Solar Energy Center and Block, David, "Semi-Annual Program Progress Performance Report For University Transportation Systems, pppr#4, October 2015" (2015). FSEC Energy Research Center®. 139.