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6 months ago   Services   Rawalpindi   58 views Reference: 10046360

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Location: Rawalpindi

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International College of Technical Education.

Head Office :

Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza

(Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,

Rawalpindi, Pakistan 46000.

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Hybrid vehicles are a stepping stone to the future: To make mobility as carbon neutral as possible, the automotive industry is turning increasingly to electromobility. However, there are still a number of challenges with regard to pure electric cars. Hybrid technology combines the benefits of two different drive systems – the electric motor and the conventional internal combustion engine.Climate change, increasing emission levels: According to a study by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, traffic is responsible for 24% of all CO2 emissions worldwide. That’s why mobility must become carbon neutral – not in the distant future, but as soon as possible. Reliance on gasoline and diesel engines needs to be reduced so that fossil fuels can be replaced. They are increasingly being replaced with electrified drive systems.

However, in many cases, pure electric cars are not able to keep up with conventional vehicles: They have a smaller driving range, batteries are expensive, which translates into higher vehicle prices, and, in many regions, the network of charging stations is inadequate. Hybrid vehicles offer a solution: They combine an electric drive system and an internal combustion engine. This means that the vehicles can drive further than pure electric cars, and they consume less gasoline or diesel than vehicles running solely with an internal combustion engine.

They may also be able to meet the increasingly more stringent limits for passenger cars as specified, for example, by the EU. From 2021, the EU fleet-wide average emission target for new cars will be 95 g CO2 per kilometer. And by 2030, this target is to be reduced by a further 37.5%. Many other countries have also defined strict limits.


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