Equivalent Fuel Economy

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Miles Per Gallon Gasoline Equivalent - Life Cycle Assessment - Petroleum-equivalency Factor (PEF) — A CAFE Metric
... of Energy (DOE) established the methodology for calculating the petroleum-equivalent fuel economy of electric vehicles based on the well-to-wheel (WTW) gasoline-equivalent energy ... the upstream efficiency of the processes involved in the two fuel cycles, and considers the national average electricity generation and transmission efficiencies because a battery electric vehicle burns its fuel (ma ... into their overall Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) for manufacturing electric drive vehicles ...

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