Potential impacts of electric vehicles on air quality in Taiwan.

@article{Li2016PotentialIO,
  title={Potential impacts of electric vehicles on air quality in Taiwan.},
  author={Nan Li and Jen-Ping Chen and I-Chun Tsai and Qingyang He and Szu-Yu Chi and Yi-Chiu Lin and Tzung-May Fu},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2016},
  volume={566-567},
  pages={919-928}
}
The prospective impacts of electric vehicle (EV) penetration on the air quality in Taiwan were evaluated using an air quality model with the assumption of an ambitious replacement of current light-duty vehicles under different power generation scenarios. With full EV penetration (i.e., the replacement of all light-duty vehicles), CO, VOCs, NOx and PM2.5 emissions in Taiwan from a fleet of 20.6 million vehicles would be reduced by 1500, 165, 33.9 and 7.2Ggyr(-1), respectively, while electric… CONTINUE READING

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