A new way to reduce emissions from the transport industry
As many governments plan to phase out vehicles that rely on fossil fuels by 2050, Assistant Professor Runsen Zhang at Hiroshima University led a study of the climate mitigation strategies and policies worldwide. Zhang combined economic and transport models and data from 17 regions around the world to produce six scenarios for transportation into the year 2100 in this study.
Zhang found that while electric vehicles alone may not reduce carbon emissions but when electric vehicles are powered with renewable energy and coupled with carbon policy strategies, they can help combat climate change without sacrificing economic growth. The study also revealed why carbon pricing strategies were more significant in reducing emissions than a high preference for renewable energy sources.
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