Assessing Electric Vehicles Battery Second Life Remanufacture and Management

@article{Casals2016AssessingEV,
  title={Assessing Electric Vehicles Battery Second Life Remanufacture and Management},
  author={Lluc Canals Casals and Beatriz Amante Garcia},
  journal={Journal of green engineering},
  year={2016},
  volume={6},
  pages={77-98}
}
Electric cars are entering into the automotive market. However, their prices are still expensive mostly due to the battery cost. Additionally, electric vehicle batteries are considered not useful for traction purposes after they have lost a 20% of its capacity. Having still an 80% of its capacity, these batteries may work on stationary applications with lower requirements than electric mobility. In order to recover part of the battery costs came out the idea of giving batteries a second life… 

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