Therefore, it can be estimated that the average daily mileage in Taiwan is about 178.486 million kilometers (13.42 million vehicles multiplied by an average of 13.3 kilometers per day). According to the motor vehicle research report of the Vehicle Laboratory of the Institute of Mechanical Engineering of the Industrial Technology Research Institute, the power consumption of electric locomotives per kilometer is about 0.024 kWh. If all 13.42 million locomotives in.
Taiwan are replaced by electric telemarketing list locomotives, the single-day power consumption will be 4.283 million. kWh (178.486 million kilometers multiplied by 0.024 kWh), totaling 1.56 billion kWh per year. This figure only accounts for 0.6% of the 233.3 billion kWh of net electricity purchased in 2018. After deducting the total electricity sold, there is still a surplus of 76.66 billion kWh, which is enough to support the fully electrified market.
What's more, even if the car is also put into the process of electrification, the power is still more than enough. Taipower once said in an interview in 2018 that after the full electric vehicles of automobiles and locomotives, it is estimated that the electric energy demand will increase by about 40.11 million kWh per day. Since the use time of transportation vehicles is mainly during the day, the charging and storage of batteries is mainly at night. , and its business-to-conversion mode can just avoid the peak hours of general electricity consumption.