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Emission from Internal Combustion Engines and Battery Electric Vehicles: Case Study for Poland
Magdalena Zimakowska-Laskowska, Piotr Laskowski
Comparative analysis of the life-cycle emissions of carbon dioxide emitted by battery electric vehicles using various energy mixes and vehicles with ICE
Adam Borkowski, Maciej Zawiślak
Combustion Engines