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Carbon Impact Analysis: Two-lives EV BESS

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Carbon Impact Analysis : Two-lives EV BESS. Jalili Tanha, Thomas (Author). 2021. Github.

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title = "Carbon Impact Analysis: Two-lives EV BESS",
abstract = "We introduce Carbon Impact Analysis (CIA) as a managerial tool to highlight the positive impact that reuse can have for the overall footprint of an environmental technology. This workbook contains input, models, outputs (incl. graphs), assumptions and controls used to analyse the carbon impact of electric vehicle (EV) battery kits. Given an overall carbon investment to acquire the technology, this workbook traces the subsequent (positive and negative) recouping of that investment through use, remanufacturing, reuse and recycling. In particular, the workbook investigates electric vehicle (EV) battery kits and their usage in electric vehicles based in the UK and reuse as battery electrical stationary storage (BESS) to perform frequency response services to the UK grid.",
author = "{Jalili Tanha}, Thomas",
note = "This is a repository to the carbon impact analysis model and documentation. Thomas Jalili Tanha received funding for his PhD from the ESRC as part of a studentship.",
year = "2021",
month = nov,
day = "6",
language = "English",

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