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emissions reductions of up to 90% versus home charging during evening hours. Jochem et al. (2015) finds that total life-cycle external costs of PEVs are highly dependent on the electricity mix and the charging strategy employed. While a commonly used methodology bases emissions estimates on the annual average
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