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Future innovation possibility based on complementary relationships between energy systems and automobiles


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Author(J)1) 松橋 隆治
Author(E)1) Ryuji Matsuhashi
Affiliation(J)1) 東京大学
Affiliation(E)1) The University of Tokyo


Abstract(E)Reduction of GHG emissions has huge impacts on transportation sectors. Carbon price and the related policy measures influence the R&D to realize zero emissions of GHG from transportation sectors. On the other hand, charge and discharge between automobiles and power systems under appropriate institutions could contribute to realization of carbon-neutral energy systems. In this article, these relationships are explained, and future prospects on evolution of automobile-related technologies are described.

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