Driving Emissions to Zero: Are the Benefits of California's Zero Emission Vehicle Program Worth the Costs?

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TABLES
S.1. Cost-Effectiveness Ratio of Recent and Expected Regulations to Reduce NMOG and NOx Emissions in the South Coast Air Basinxiii
S.2. Cost-Effectiveness Ratio of Technologies That May Be Used to Satisfy ZEV Program Requirementsxiv
2.1. Emission Reduction Targets by Source for NMOG in the South Coast Air Basin12
2.2. Emission Reduction Targets by Source for NOx in the South Coast Air Basin13
2.3. Progress Toward Meeting Emission Reduction Targets for NMOG14
2.4. Progress Toward Meeting Emission Reduction Targets for NOx15
2.5. Cost-Effectiveness of Stationary Source Measures Recently Adopted or Currently Under Consideration18
2.6. Cost-Effectiveness of Mobile Source Measures Recently Adopted or Currently Under Consideration19
3.1. Assumptions Used to Develop Production Volume Scenarios26
4.1. Specifications of BPEV s33
4.2. Specifications of Prototype DHFCV s35
4.3. Specifications of Typical GHEV s36
4.4. EV Battery Module Costs41
4.5. EV Battery Auxiliary Costs42
4.6. Estimate of High-Volume Costs for 53-kW DC Motor, 67-kW AC Motor, and 70-kW DC and AC Motor Controllers46
4.7. Motor and Motor Controller Costs for Full-Function EVs and City EVs47
4.8. Breakdown of Current and Potential Power Needs of an ICEV50
4.9. Summary of Studies on Fuel-Cell Costs51
4.10. Platinum Loading in Membrane Electrode Assembly54
4.11. Breakdown of Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for an ICEV60
4.12. Incremental Vehicle Production Costs60
4.13. Parameters Used to Calculate Lifetime Operating Cost of a Full-Function EV Relative to a Comparable ICEV62
4.14. Parameters Used to Calculate Lifetime Operating Cost of a City EV Relative to a Comparable ICEV63

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