Mobility Diesel Emissions
- May 18, 2021 2:42 pm GMT
There are two reasons that Energy Professionals should be interested in this subject. The first is that large vehicles that use diesels emit large amounts of greenhouse gas, and as a result will be phased out over the next couple of decades in California: by 2040 (buses) or 2045 (heavy-duty trucks). Most of their replacements will be battery electric vehicles, and since many of these are very large vehicles and are in large fleets, they will draw massive amounts of power when recharging. This will impact the electric grid at every level.
The second reason has to do with health and other impacts of diesels, which are dire.
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