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#32: Fair Cost Comparison between Electric Cars and Gas Cars

TCO examples (some of them more EV-friendly than others):



EV-friendly

[1]

B. M. Al-Alawi and T. H. Bradley, “Total cost of ownership, payback, and consumer preference modeling of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles,” Applied Energy, vol. 103, pp. 488–506, Mar. 2013.

[2]

K. Palmer, J. E. Tate, Z. Wadud, and J. Nellthorp, “Total cost of ownership and market share for hybrid and electric vehicles in the UK, US and Japan,” Applied Energy, vol. 209, pp. 108–119, Jan. 2018.

[3]

J. Hagman, S. Ritzén, J. J. Stier, and Y. Susilo, “Total cost of ownership and its potential implications for battery electric vehicle diffusion,” Research in Transportation Business & Management, vol. 18, pp. 11–17, Mar. 2016.

[4]

P. Z. Lévay, Y. Drossinos, and C. Thiel, “The effect of fiscal incentives on market penetration of electric vehicles: A pairwise comparison of total cost of ownership,” Energy Policy, vol. 105, pp. 524–533, 2017.

[5]

S. Bubeck, J. Tomaschek, and U. Fahl, “Perspectives of electric mobility: Total cost of ownership of electric vehicles in Germany,” Transport Policy, vol. 50, pp. 63–77, Aug. 2016.

[6]

J. Hellgren, “Life cycle cost analysis of a car, a city bus and an intercity bus powertrain for year 2005 and 2020,” Energy Policy, vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 39–49, Jan. 2007.

[7]

E. Windisch, “Driving electric? A financial assessment of electric vehicle policies in France,” Université Paris-Est, Paris, 2013.

[8]

B. Propfe, M. Redelbach, D. Santini, and H. Friedrich, “Cost analysis of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles including Maintenance & Repair Costs and Resale Values,” WEVJ, vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 886–895, 2012.




EV-skeptic:

[1]

A. Rusich and R. Danielis, “Total cost of ownership, social lifecycle cost and energy consumption of various automotive technologies in Italy,” Research in Transportation Economics, vol. 50, pp. 3–16, 2015.

[2]

X. Zhao, O. C. Doering, and W. E. Tyner, “The economic competitiveness and emissions of battery electric vehicles in China,” Applied Energy, vol. 156, pp. 666–675, 2015.

[3]

G. Plötz, G. Till, A. Kühn, and M. Wietschel, “Markthochlaufszenarien für Elektrofahrzeuge,” Fraunhofer ISI, Karlsruhe, 2013.

[4]

Q. Diao, W. Sun, X. Yuan, L. Li, and Z. Zheng, “Life-cycle private-cost-based competitiveness analysis of electric vehicles in China considering the intangible cost of traffic policies,” Applied Energy, vol. 178, pp. 567–578, 2016.

[5]

M. DeLuchi, Q. Wang, and D. Sperling, “Electric vehicles: Performance, life-cycle costs, emissions, and recharging requirements,” Transportation Research Part A: General, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 255–278, 1989.

[6]

S. Bickert, A. Kampker, and D. Greger, “Developments of CO2-emissions and costs for small electric and combustion engine vehicles in Germany,” Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, vol. 36, pp. 138–151, 2015.

[7]

H. Hao, X. Ou, J. Du, H. Wang, and M. Ouyang, “China’s electric vehicle subsidy scheme: Rationale and impacts,” Energy Policy, vol. 73, pp. 722–732, 2014.

[8]

E. A. M. Falcão, A. C. R. Teixeira, and J. R. Sodré, “Analysis of CO2 emissions and techno-economic feasibility of an electric commercial vehicle,” Applied Energy, vol. 193, pp. 297–307, 2017.

[9]

R. Danielis, M. Giansoldati, and L. Rotaris, “A probabilistic total cost of ownership model to evaluate the current and future prospects of electric cars uptake in Italy,” Energy Policy, vol. 119, pp. 268–281, 2018.

[10]

P. Letmathe and M. Suares, “A consumer-oriented total cost of ownership model for different vehicle types in Germany,” Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, vol. 57, pp. 314–335, 2017.

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