CO2 emission reduction plans in developing countries

As we know that CO2 emission has become a greater risk and a challenge that needs to combat in order to achieve sustainable livelihood. Mainly, we can see that in developed nations, huge recovery programs and developing technologies in order to handle the issues but are we really finding a valuable solution. How far is it going and how far did we reach?

In developing countries, the potential of CO2 emissions reduction in a passenger LDV fleet in the Metropolitan Area of Mexico City between 2000 and 2030 is considered to be introducing bio-ethanol with gasoline and hybrid, flex-fuel, and fuel cell vehicles are being introduced at a greater length. The increasing impact of the content of aluminum on the Chinese automobile fleet between 2010 and 2020 is estimating the life cycle assessment methodology in order to estimate the energy use and CO2 emissions during the life of a vehicle.

To estimate the energy consumption, a vehicle fleet model was developed, GHG emissions and aluminium requirements from the vehicle fleet were used.
ICEVs were considered and material different from aluminium was also accounted for. The evolution of the vehicle fleet model has been described at the national level from 2010 to 2050 where the main stages of the vehicle life-cycle are included.

The time frame was chosen in order to capture the long times in the dynamic of stock turnover and technology deployment. In Colombia, the passenger car fleet evolution model was studied in order to illustrate future challenges in developing countries due to the increment of LDV stock.

To estimate the energy consumption, a vehicle fleet model was developed, GHG emissions and aluminium requirements from the vehicle fleet were used.
ICEVs were considered and material different from aluminium was also accounted for. The evolution of the vehicle fleet model has been described at the national level from 2010 to 2050 where the main stages of the vehicle life-cycle are included.

The time frame was chosen in order to capture the long times in the dynamic of stock turnover and technology deployment. In Colombia, the passenger car fleet evolution model was studied in order to illustrate future challenges in developing countries due to the increment of LDV stock.
ICEVs, BEVs, and fuel cell hybrid electric vehicles are some alternative vehicles that have a configuration of conventional steel-intensive and lightweight configuration using aluminum, glass fiber reinforced polymer, and carbon FRP.

To estimate the energy consumption, a vehicle fleet model was developed, GHG emissions and aluminium requirements from the vehicle fleet were used. ICEVs was considered and was also accounted for material different from aluminum .

The evolution of the vehicle fleet model has been described at the national level from 2010 to 2050 where the main stages of the vehicle life-cycle are included. The time frame was chosen in order to capture the long times in the dynamic of stock turnover and technology deployment. In Colombia, the passenger car fleet evolution model was studied in order to illustrate future challenges in developing countries due to the increment of LDV stock.

ICEVs, BEVs, and fuel cell hybrid electric vehicles are some alternative vehicles that have a configuration of conventional steel-intensive and lightweight configuration using aluminum, glass fiber reinforced polymer, and carbon FRP.

Source:-

Energy use and CO2 emissions reduction potential in passenger car fleet using zero emission vehicles and lightweight materials by
Juan C. González Palencia, Takaaki Furubayashi, Toshihiko Nakata

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