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Does using an electric vehicle help achieve COP27 goals?

Jan 18, 2023 | Oil and Gas |

As the world is experiencing more regular and severe floods, storms, fires, as well as other climate-related calamities, it is becoming increasingly clear that the world needs to focus more on adaptative measures to protect its citizens who are most vulnerable to the consequences of climate change. This is the current goal of COP27.

According to Future Market Insights, the global market for electric vehicle batteries is expected to grow with a robust 8.5% CAGR from 2023-2033.

In this blog, we attempt to discuss how EV engines are more sustainable, how the EVs are going for smart choices of charging to avoid grid overload and reduce carbon emissions, and how to clean production solutions can be an apt one in reducing the carbon emission from the lithium batteries.

EV engines are more environmental-friendly compared to ICEs

Internal combustion engines (ICEs) in conventional vehicles are powered by fossil fuels such as diesel and gasoline. EVs have one or more electric motors that are driven by rechargeable batteries made of lithium-ion, which are the same batteries that power smartphones, laptops, and computers.

As EVs do not run-on fossil fuels, they often do not require some of the components found in ICE vehicles. The carbon emissions, that were included in the manufacturing and production of these ICE parts, are being lowered to a great extent during the manufacturing of EVs implying that most EVs do not release carbon and other GHGs, which helps in minimizing air pollution.

Therefore, pollution from ICE automobiles extends beyond the emissions from the vehicle’s tailpipes. This extraction of oil, refining it into gasoline, and then finally distributing it to various gas stations – all contribute significantly to air pollution whereas EVs continue to be the cleanest alternative for transportation when compared to ICEs since their complete life cycle is overall significantly more sustainable.

This blog was originally published in ELECTRONIC SPECIFIER (industries). To read the complete blog follow this link