The Energy-saving Measurements of On-land Transportation in Taiwan: An Advanced Study
The optimization of energy-saving and carbon-reduction techniques is addressed and discussed in this article. For a country’s economy, transportation is one of the most essential sources of money and labour. In recent years, the gradual depletion of fossil fuels, as well as the looming threat of global warming, have had an influence on human civilizations and ecosystems. On-land transportation’s primary objective is to convey people. According to data, total passenger automobile energy consumption accounts for 70% of total on-land transport energy consumption and 50% of overall energy consumption in the transportation industry in Taiwan.
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Energy and Environmental Laboratories, Industrial Technology Research Institute, Chutung, Hsinchu 310, Taiwan, ROC.
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