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Title: Horizonte 2035 ¿Utopía o realidad?
Author: Zujar Perez, Javier
Tutor: Muñoz Puche, Almudena
Abstract: In this paper, the main aspects about the transition of road transportation towards the electric vehicle, affected by the 2035 ban of selling pollutant vehicles approved by the European Commission, are going to be analysed. This analysis is going to be conducted from the point of view of the demand. The question to be answered is if its possible to achieve such a huge transition in this short period of time, considering the time we have, the actual situation and the investment needed. The information provided to conduct this paper comes mostly from studies carried from government and non-government organisations, private sector and big companies affected or related to the elements involved. The number of expected and necessary electric vehicles, electric chargers, electrical grid overload, electricity production and projected government grants are going to be analysed. As expressed in this paper conclusions, the European Commission pollutant vehicles ban by 2035 and transition towards non pollutant vehicles (focused on battery electric vehicles), is not a utopia, but a very risky bet, because it means to compromise a large amount of resources (public and private) and time. If this bet fails, it will mean a huge opportunity cost because this time and resources will not have been placed in other alternative investments to achieve the 0 emissions goal in road transportation.
Keywords: batteries
renewable energies
2030 Agenda
Goal 55
energy transition
electric chargers
electric vehicle
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: 11-Jun-2023
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