Uncertainty and Differences in GHG Emissions between electric and conventional gasoline vehicles with implications for transport policy making

Uncertainty and Differences in GHG Emissions between electric and conventional gasoline vehicles with implications for transport policy making

The focus of this paper is around GHG emissions reduction potentials by electrifying transportation methods around the world.

Key findings

A key prerequisite for the success of BEVs is the availability of clean electricity supply, this is important before they can go mainstream.

Success of electric vehicles stems from the support of the government, making them more competitive in the markets.

Global power generation is the first thing that must be fixed before we can really expand electric transportation.

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