Electreon has recently published a white paper detailing the projected impact of its technology on global CO2 emission reductions during its research.
The research team at Electreon explored four emission-reduction benefits of its wireless EV charging technology that will help decrease current global CO2 emissions by more than 1 percent, on average, through 2030.
The review of the methodology, sources, assumptions, and calculations of Electreon’s research was performed in conjunction with Kenneth Gillingham, professor of economics at the Yale School of the Environment.
“The Electreon modeling accurately quantifies the emission reductions possible from widespread adoption of the Electreon technology,” said Gillingham.
The research model takes into consideration projected fleet sizes from 2022 to year-end 2030, specific values found in online and print literature, and estimated emissions produced from Electreon’s operations.
Electreon continues to develop partnerships around the world and stays committed to its goal of wide-scale implementation of wireless EV charging technology to reduce global CO2 emissions.
Electreon’s award-winning technology is actively operating pilots in Germany, Italy, Israel and Sweden, and the company is preparing to execute first-of-their-kind pilots in the U.S.