Advanced Batteries for Electric Vehicles: An Assessment of Performance, Cost, and Availability

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When the California Air Resources Board began to consider battery-powered EVs as a potentially major strategy to reduce vehicle emissions and improve air quality, it did so with the view that the broadest market would be served by electric vehicles with advanced batteries, and it structured its ZEV credit mechanisms to encourage the development and deployment of EVs with such batteries. Consistent with this view, the Air Resources Board defined the scope of work for the first Battery Technical Advisory Panel study to focus on advanced batteries.

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Advanced Batteries for Electric Vehicles:An Assessment of Performance, Cost, and AvailabilityDRAFTJune 22, 2000Prepared forState of California Air Resources BoardSacramento, CaliforniaByThe Year 2000 Battery Technology Advisory PanelMenahem AndermanFritz R. KalhammerDonald MacArthurDISCLAIMERThe findings and conclusions in this report are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the State of California Air Resources Board. The mention of commercial products in connection with the material presented herein is not to be construed as actual or implied endorsement of such products.EXECUTIVE SUMMARYWhen the California Air Resources Board began to consider battery-powered EVs as a potentially major strategy to reduce vehicle emissions and improve air quality, it did so with the view that the broadest market would be served by electric vehicles with advanced batteries, and it structured its ZEV credit mechanisms to encourage the development and deployment of EVs with such batteries. Consistent with this view, the Air Resources Board defined the scope of work for the first Battery Technical Advisory Panel study to focus on advanced batteries.Five years after the modification of the 1991 Zero Emission Vehicle regulation, and after a period of intensive effort to develop, deploy and evaluate advanced electric vehicles, one key remaining question is whether batteries can be available in 2003 that would make electric vehicles acc

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