Effects of Electric Vehicle Deployment on Energy Demand and CO2 Emission

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  2. Visalakshmi Suresh
  3. Professor Phil Blythe
  4. Dr Graeme Hill
  5. Dr Yvonne Huebner
  6. Andrew Robinson
Author(s)Suresh V, Blythe PT, Hill G, Huebner Y, Robinson A
Publication type Report
Series TitleSchool of Computing Science Technical Report Series
Year2012
DateApril 2012
Report Number1328
Pages19
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The transport sector is one of the major consumers of fossil fuels and uses a significant amount of the global energy supply. The drive to reduce green house gas (GHG) emissions from transport is pushing the motor industry and governments to consider alternative fuels for road transport. Several energy vectors have been discussed in the past including hydrogen and electricity. The uptake of electric vehicle in the existing fleet of vehicles has positive impacts in the reduction of emissions and reduces the carbon footprints by moving in to greener transport. However, the energy generated to charge the electric vehicles consume fossil fuels. Each country adopts different policies to generate electricity from various sources such as renewable, coal, gas or nuclear power stations. In this work, we will describe our strategic research in monitoring and evaluating one of the biggest electric vehicle deployments in north east of England.
InstitutionSchool of Computing Science, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Place PublishedNewcastle upon Tyne
URLhttp://www.cs.ncl.ac.uk/publications/trs/papers/1328.pdf
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