An Electric taxi fleet charged by second use batteries: not just economic profit
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The road transport sector is the second biggest CO2 emissions contributor after energy generation. In urban environments, its impact is increased due to the worse combustion engine driving efficiency. It is thought that electric mobility might bring some relief to big cities’ polluted air. At the same time, car manufacturers are searching for second battery applications in order to reduce its manufacture cost and make electric cars achievable for most people. This paper seeks to address these issues.
CitationCanals, L.; Amante, B. An Electric taxi fleet charged by second use batteries: not just economic profit. "World journal of science, technology and sustainable development", 15 Juliol 2013, vol. 10, núm. 3, p. 186-194.
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