Indirect emissions from electric vehicles: emissions from electricity generation

@inproceedings{Holdway2010IndirectEF,
  title={Indirect emissions from electric vehicles: emissions from electricity generation},
  author={Aaron Holdway and Alexander R. Williams and Oliver Richard Inderwildi and David A. King},
  year={2010}
}
  • Aaron Holdway, Alexander R. Williams, +1 author David A. King
  • Published 2010
  • Engineering
  • Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from passenger cars represent an important and growing contributor to climate change. Increasing the proportion of electric vehicles (EVs) in passenger car fleets could help to reduce these emissions, but their ability to do this depends on the fuel mix used in generating the electricity that energises EVs. This study analyzes the indirect well-to-wheels CO2 emissions from EVs when run in the US, the UK, and France and compares these to well-to-wheels emission… CONTINUE READING

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