Air Quality Impacts of Electrifying Vehicles and Equipment across the United States

14-03-2017
Ramboll Environ experts published in the February issue of Environmental Science & Technology.
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Air Quality Impacts of Electrifying Vehicles and Equipment across the United States, written by Uarporn Nopmongcol, John Grant, Jaegun Jung, Tejas Shah and Greg Yarwood, was published in the February 2017 edition of Environmental Science & Technology.

For this study, the authors used Ramboll’s CAMx air quality model with detailed emissions inventories to estimate nationwide air quality impacts of electrifying vehicles and off-road equipment for 2030. The electrification process – while increasing the demand for electricity – has been found to reduce emissions from tailpipes, petroleum refining, fuel transport and storage, crude oil imports and associated marine vessel emissions.

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