In this paper we present a comparison, based on pollutant emissions and fuel consumptions, of two alternative hypotheses for private cars renewal in a large urban area. One of the two scenarios includes a partial replacement of the internal combustion engine vehicles with the electric ones. Following a data-driven approach, we calculate well-to-wheel emissions and consumption using real traffic patterns from Floating Car Data. Results show that a 10% penetration of electric vehicles can induce a significant reduction in the primary energy consumption and in the climate-change and pollutant emissions.

Liberto, C., Valenti, G., Lelli, M., Ferrara, M., & Nigro, M. (2017). Evaluation of the impact of e-mobility scenarios in large urban areas. In 5th IEEE International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems, MT-ITS 2017 - Proceedings (pp.379-384). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. [10.1109/MTITS.2017.8005701].

Evaluation of the impact of e-mobility scenarios in large urban areas

Liberto, Carlo;Ferrara, Marina;Nigro, Marialisa
2017

Abstract

In this paper we present a comparison, based on pollutant emissions and fuel consumptions, of two alternative hypotheses for private cars renewal in a large urban area. One of the two scenarios includes a partial replacement of the internal combustion engine vehicles with the electric ones. Following a data-driven approach, we calculate well-to-wheel emissions and consumption using real traffic patterns from Floating Car Data. Results show that a 10% penetration of electric vehicles can induce a significant reduction in the primary energy consumption and in the climate-change and pollutant emissions.
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