Is it really the end of internal combustion engines and petroleum in transport

@inproceedings{Kalghatgi2018IsIR,
  title={Is it really the end of internal combustion engines and petroleum in transport},
  author={Gautam Kalghatgi},
  year={2018}
}
Transport is almost entirely powered by internal combustion engines (ICEs) burning petroleum-derived liquid fuels and the global demand for transport energy is large and is increasing. Available battery capacity will have to increase by several hundred fold for even light duty vehicles (LDVs), which account for less than half of the global transport energy demand, to be run on electricity alone. However the greenhouse gas (GHG) impact of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) would be worse than that… CONTINUE READING

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