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Electric vehicles: Literature review of technology costs and carbon emissions

 Paul Wolfram, Nic Lutsey
  13th-Jul-2017
Description: Furthermore, the application of fuel cells and batteries in HFCEVs, BEVs, and PHEVs is approximated using a bottom-up cost approach. Overall, the different power train costs largely depend on battery and fuel cell costs. This paper concludes that the costs of all power trains will decrease significantly between 2015 and 2030 (Figure S 1). As shown, power trains for PHEVs will achieve about a 50% cost reduction, compared with approximate cost reductions of 60% for BEVs and 70% for HFCEVs. Costs for hydrogen and electricity chargers are estimated separately.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Transportation
Maxims of Tech: Rules of Engagement for a Fast Changing Environment
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WORKING PAPER 2016-14

Electric vehicles: Literature review of
technology costs and carbon emissions
Authors: Paul Wolfram and Nic Lutsey
Date: 15 July 2016
Keywords: Electric vehicles, well-to-wheel greenhouse gas emissions, technology costs, lithium-ion battery,
fuel cell, plug-in hybrid, renewable electricity

1. SUMMARY

The collected cost data is used to
estimate the technology cost for
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