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Evaluating advanced automotive energy technologies: a multivariate mobility contribution metric

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Mobility technology is beginning to shift from gasoline-fuelled, internal combustion engines to a variety of alternate fuels and powertrains, including hybrid and fuel cell vehicles. The benefits and/or limitations of many of these technologies are not well characterised by a simple fuel economy metric: mobility is a complex system requiring a multivariate systems measure, especially incorporating 'well-to-wheel' energy use. This paper provides such a multivariate metric that is intended as a decision support tool for policy makers, as well as a method for finding a consensus set of indicators with stakeholder groups.

Keywords: fuel cells, sustainable mobility, multivariate metric, decision support, alternative fuels, fuel economy, automotive energy technology, automobile industry

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