标题：Study on whole-life cycle automotive manufacturing industry CO2 emission accounting method and Application in Chongqing
作者：Tan, Xianchun; Mu, Zekun; Wang, Sheng; Zhuang, Hongxing; Cheng, Longxing; Wang, Yanyan; Gu, Baihe
作者机构：[Tan, Xianchun; Mu, Zekun; Cheng, Longxing; Wang, Yanyan; Gu, Baihe] Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Policy & Management, Beijing 100190, Peoples R China.; [ 更多
会议名称：17th Workshop on the Low-Carbon Industry and Multi-scale Input-Output Modeling with the International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software (iEMSs)
会议日期：JUL 05-08, 2010
来源：INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP FROM THE INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON ENVIRONMENTAL MODELING AND SOFTWARE (IEMSS2010)
关键词：Automotive Manufacturing Industry; Carbon Dioxide Emissions Accounting;; GREET Model; MOBILE Model; Whole-life Cycle
摘要：Low carbon economy has become a worldwide trend, many countries are seeking low carbon means to achieve environmentally-friendly economy growth. However, various Greenhouse gases species in different industries, as well as various detection technology development levels in different countries lead to different carbon emissions accounting results eventually. So the accurate micro-level accounting on carbon dioxide emission is difficult to achieve while in the mean time, it is the basis for subsequent scenario analysis, which plays a crucial role in carbon pricing and carbon credits market promotion. That's why the regional carbon dioxide emission accounting is a hot issue in low-carbon economy. Nowadays, automotive manufacturing industry has become a big fuel consumer in China and an important source of air pollution. So an accounting method focused on carbon dioxide emission in Chinese automotive industry is essential and practical significant. This paper proposed a whole-life cycle carbon emissions methodology to account carbon dioxide emission in Chinese automotive manufacturing industry, which is based on GREET and MOBILE model. And then the feasibility is verified through application in the automotive industry in Chongqing, China. (c) 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd.