Electric Vehicles Challenges, Opportunities, and Future Scope: The Recent Review
Author(s): Verma R, Srivastava SK, Narain A
In this paper review of the future electric vehicle approach, challenges and opportunities are discussed. The reliability assessment of the internal system, a modern electrical network with EVs, and implications of autonomous driving, connected vehicles, and shared mobility would impact EV grid integration, as well as power grid evolution in the direction of future energy internet, have also been summarized.
Canada’s Path to 100% Zero-Emission Light-Duty Vehicle Sales: Regulatory Options and Greenhouse Gas Impacts
Author(s): Sen A, Bui A, Miller J
Considering Canada’s 2050 target of net zero GHG emissions, the only scenario that comes very close to achieving that target is Alternative 3 (-93% tank to wheel emission reduction from 2021), which completely phases out plug-in hybrid sales by 2035. Alternative 2, which caps plug-in hybrids at 20% of electric vehicle sales, would achieve an 88% reduction from 2021 to 2050.
Critical Analysis on the Implementation Barriers and Consumer Perception Toward Future Electric Mobility
Author(s): Chidambaram K, Ashok B, Vignesh R, Deepak C, Ramesh R, Narendhra TMV, Muhammad Usman K, Kavitha C
This article investigates the barriers and infers the comparative order of resolution for each barrier based on its priority to be identified and overcome. Consumers are the major influencers of electric vehicle demand and acceptance, so barrier analysis is carried out based on their opinions.
Analysis of Barriers To Adopt Electric Vehicles in India Using Fuzzy DEMATEL and Relative Importance Index Approaches
Author(s): Murugan M, Marisamynathan S
This study aims to identify the key potential barriers based on expert and customers’ perspectives. This study adopted the fuzzy DEMATEL method to identify the potential barriers based on expert opinion data and the Relative Importance Index (RII) method for prioritizing the barriers based on customers’ perspectives.
Optimal Sizing of Portable Modular Batteries for Electric Vehicles
Author(s): Gong J, Wang Y, Zhao A, Zhao Z
In Europe and Asia, where most people live in high-rise buildings, electric vehicles (EVs) powered by portable batteries overcome two major deployment issues. The first is a lack of power-charging infrastructure, which makes an American-style charging model that works in the garage of a detached or attached single-family home impractical.
Recent Developments, Challenges, and Possible Action Plans for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure in India
Author(s): Save B, Sheikh A, Goswami P
This paper analyzes and focuses on the major challenges in EV adoption in India. The paper also highlights various charging standards available, the current status of EVs in India, and investigates various possible impediments to EVs charging infrastructure.
Battery electric vehicle access in Europe: a comparison of rural, intermediate, and urban regions
Author(s): Morrison K, Wappelhorst S
This paper analyzes electric passenger car uptake in urban, intermediate, and rural regions in 17 European countries, with a focus on the latter. Rural regions generally see higher levels of passenger car usage and lower levels of public transportation availability compared to urban regions, while having higher possible access to home charging. Further understanding of how the rural battery electric vehicle (BEV) market is developing, and analysis of policies and actions in rural regions with high registration shares, can help to address inequities in electric vehicle access.
Scaling U.S. zero-emission shipping: potential hydrogen demand at Aleutian Islands ports
Author(s): Georgeff E, Mao X, Rutherford D
The study findings make a strong case for federal funding to help jumpstart hydrogen bunkering at Aleutian ports. The favorable geography, significant latent demand, and untapped renewable energy potential in Alaska make this a unique opportunity for investment. That could take place through federal programs like the $2.25 billion set aside for port infrastructure under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law passed by Congress in 2021.
Decarbonizing China’s coastal shipping: the role of fuel efficiency and low-carbon fuels
Author(s): Mao X, Meng Z
This report takes a first look at China’s domestic coastal shipping sector and provides recommendations for actionable long-term decarbonization pathways designed to avoid exceeding its current share of transportation-sector CO2.
Impact of Using Electric Vehicle on Carbon Emission
Author(s): Zhi R, Luo W
Electric vehicles (EVs) began to be produced and promoted to reduce carbon emissions. EVs have the potential to reshape the transportation sector across the world, drastically cutting carbon emissions and clearing the way for significant climate progress.