E.ON ANALYSIS: E cars could be more than 12 million in 2030. Save tons of CO2

E.ON ANALYSIS: E cars could be more than 12 million in 2030. Save tons of CO2-tons

Is it according to a current analysis of E.On go rising eligibility numbers of e-cars as well as clear CO2 reductions hand in hand. Even using the current current mix have E-Cars 160.000 tonnes CO2 saved. If these had been loaded with eco flow, it would be around 330.000 tonnes of CO2 savings have been.

“All purely electrically powered cars, which were traveling 2020 on Germany’s roads, have potentially around 330 after our evaluations last year.000 tonnes CO2 saved, “explains Filip Thon, chairman Managing Director of the E.On energy Germany. Behind this statement / consideration is the assumption that the electric vehicles were charged with green electricity and at its place were correspondingly fewer new combustion cars on the road. 12.000 km driving power was used hereby.

To calculate itself, it should be noted that an average and consistent power consumption of an electric car from 20 kWh / 100 kilometers has been assumed. For new combustion cars, CO2 equivalent was expected for 2020 with average CO2 emissions of 138 grams of CO2 equivalent per kilometer, which reduce up to almost 127 grams by 2030. This consideration as a basis, as well as the fact that eco flow was calculated with 0 g / co2 km; With the current power mix with the Federal Esline average, you would be with this on a saving of 160.000 tonnes of CO2 have come last year.

E.ON ANALYSIS: E cars could be more than 12 million in 2030. Save tons of CO2-million

The e.On analysis also reveals that a further significant increase in E-cars in Germany expected for this year. Whose numbers were taken as a basis, the entire E-Auto fleet in Germany 2021 should be able to be around 760.000 tonnes of CO2 save in comparison to burners when loaded completely with eco flow. If the approvals of the E-cars continue as expected and the admission targets for pure E-cars by 2030 are achieved, an e-auto fleet from 8.5 million vehicles in 2030 could even save 12.05 million tonnes of CO2, if The driving stream from renewable energies comes from. At the regular power mix, the saving would still be more than 7 million tonnes.

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  1. Decisive is how much CO2 emissions electric cars cumulatively accumulated up to 2038, the end of coal streaming. If only on electromobility is changed, as required by many critics of electromobility, CO2 emissions would be on the order of 800 million.Tons higher, compared to the current development. For accelerated energy and mobility transition, savings of about 1.5 billion tons of CO2 could be achieved.
    One more note: The CO2 emissions of green electricity are currently about 20-40 g CO2 / kWh. But go successively to zero. In European fleet consumption, electric cars are set with zero so that the EU specifications can be achieved. Actually, this calculation comes to the sales of vehicles the fossil developed. What many critics of electromobility misunderstand: here are non-electric cars expectantly, but the squalve average for burners are lowered.

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