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From shifting gears to changing modes: The impact of driver inputs on plug-in hybrid electric vehicle energy use & emissions

2022-06-29T18:37:10-04:00

Assesses the impact of driver-selectable drivetrain configuration settings on the energy use and emission potential of PHEVs

From shifting gears to changing modes: The impact of driver inputs on plug-in hybrid electric vehicle energy use & emissions2022-06-29T18:37:10-04:00

Integrating plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) into household fleets- factors influencing miles traveled by PEV owners in California

2022-06-29T18:36:25-04:00

An analysis of factors that influence vehicle miles traveled (VMT) for California plug-in electric vehicle owners.

Integrating plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) into household fleets- factors influencing miles traveled by PEV owners in California2022-06-29T18:36:25-04:00

Transportation of electric vehicle lithium-ion batteries at end-of-life: A literature review

2021-08-16T16:58:10-04:00

In this paper, researchers from UC Davis conduct a critical review of the peer-reviewed literature on EV traction battery reuse and recycling to assess how transportation is represented.

Transportation of electric vehicle lithium-ion batteries at end-of-life: A literature review2021-08-16T16:58:10-04:00

Exploring the Role of Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles in Electrifying Passenger Transportation

2019-08-27T15:23:37-04:00

Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) remain an important technology in the electrification of passenger transportation as both a transitional and an enabling technology that can accelerate EV adoption. This policy brief explores the current conditions of the PHEV market and the role this technology can play in the move towards higher levels of EV adoption.

Exploring the Role of Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles in Electrifying Passenger Transportation2019-08-27T15:23:37-04:00