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Sustainable Mobility - Possibility of Zero Emis...
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Sustainable Mobility - Possibility of Zero Emission through Electric Mobility? ab 11.99 € als Taschenbuch: 1. Auflage.. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Wirtschaftswissenschaft,

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Sustainable Mobility - Possibility of Zero Emis...
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Sustainable Mobility - Possibility of Zero Emission through Electric Mobility? ab 11.99 EURO 1. Auflage.

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Grid Integration of Electric Mobility
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The UN Climate Change Conference in Paris, with its key topics of global warming and deteriorating air quality, will speed up the advance of electric mobility. CO2-neutral and zero-emission mobility require electricity to be generated from regenerative sources of energy. Power generation from wind and solar energy, however is dependent on the weather and is therefore not stable. The irregularities that occur in nature can result in unacceptable voltage fluctuations in the power grid. For that reason, the availability of highly flexible loads and storage systems is becoming particularly important. Electric vehicles, with their grid-relevant properties as controllable power consumers and electricity storage systems, could help to stabilize future power grids.

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Sustainable Mobility - Possibility of Zero Emis...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Miscellaneous, grade: 1,3, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg (Department of Business Administration and Education), course: International Sustainability Management, language: English, abstract: Climate change and the negative impact that various human activities can have on our ecosystem are among the inescapable challenges world leaders are facing. While the issue of global warming remains highly debated, there is increasing evidence to support the environmental impact of carbon emissions. It is estimated that the transport sector is responsible for roughly 18% of carbon emissions in Germany. In future, greenhouse gas emissions will have to be reduced in the transport sector and due to the globally growing demand for energy in emerging markets and the risk of shortages prices of fossil fuel are bound to rise considerably. Accordingly mobility re-quires a sustainable development path towards zero-carbon emissions. In consequence, the importance of alternative drive technologies is growing. Battery electric vehicles (BEV) are seen as one possible solution since they release no carbon emissions while running on electric power and are obviously low-noise. However, some question whether BEVs are truly 'clean vehicles' because in some cases, the electricity used to power the vehicles is produced by high polluting coal power plants and a lot of energy is required to produce the batteries. In addition past development of battery-electric vehicles showed that the technology was not yet sufficiently mature due to low ranges and high prices to meet the requests of potential users. Thus, several require-ments need to be met to achieve a market acceptance which is sufficiently big to be considered a critical mass providing the way to sustainable mobility. According to the open questions above which are associated with an alternative drive technol

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Sustainable Mobility - Possibility of Zero Emis...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Miscellaneous, grade: 1,3, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg (Department of Business Administration and Education), course: International Sustainability Management, language: English, abstract: Climate change and the negative impact that various human activities can have on our ecosystem are among the inescapable challenges world leaders are facing. While the issue of global warming remains highly debated, there is increasing evidence to support the environmental impact of carbon emissions. It is estimated that the transport sector is responsible for roughly 18% of carbon emissions in Germany. In future, greenhouse gas emissions will have to be reduced in the transport sector and due to the globally growing demand for energy in emerging markets and the risk of shortages prices of fossil fuel are bound to rise considerably. Accordingly mobility re-quires a sustainable development path towards zero-carbon emissions. In consequence, the importance of alternative drive technologies is growing. Battery electric vehicles (BEV) are seen as one possible solution since they release no carbon emissions while running on electric power and are obviously low-noise. However, some question whether BEVs are truly 'clean vehicles' because in some cases, the electricity used to power the vehicles is produced by high polluting coal power plants and a lot of energy is required to produce the batteries. In addition past development of battery-electric vehicles showed that the technology was not yet sufficiently mature due to low ranges and high prices to meet the requests of potential users. Thus, several require-ments need to be met to achieve a market acceptance which is sufficiently big to be considered a critical mass providing the way to sustainable mobility. According to the open questions above which are associated with an alternative drive technol

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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