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An '''electric vehicle''' ('''EV''') is
 
An '''electric vehicle''' ('''EV''') is
   
{{Quote|[a] vehicle that operates with electric power provided by batteries. EVs include both [[plug-in hybrid electric vehicle]]s and [[battery electric vehicle]]s but do not include hybrid electric vehicles, which are self-powered and never connected to the [[electric grid]].<ref>[[MIT|Massachusetts Inst. of Tech.]], The Future of the Electric Grid, Glossary, at 262 (2011) ([http://web.mit.edu/mitei/research/studies/documents/electric-grid-2011/Electric_Grid_Full_Report.pdf full-text]).</ref>}}
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{{Quote|[a] vehicle that operates with electric power provided by batteries. EVs include both [[plug-in hybrid electric vehicle]]s and [[battery electric vehicle]]s but do not include [[hybrid electric vehicle]]s, which are self-powered and never connected to the [[electric grid]].<ref>[[MIT|Massachusetts Inst. of Tech.]], The Future of the Electric Grid, Glossary, at 262 (2011) ([http://web.mit.edu/mitei/research/studies/documents/electric-grid-2011/Electric_Grid_Full_Report.pdf full-text]).</ref>}}
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 18:54, 2 March 2015

Definition[]

An electric vehicle (EV) is

[a] vehicle that operates with electric power provided by batteries. EVs include both plug-in hybrid electric vehicles and battery electric vehicles but do not include hybrid electric vehicles, which are self-powered and never connected to the electric grid.[1]

References[]

  1. Massachusetts Inst. of Tech., The Future of the Electric Grid, Glossary, at 262 (2011) (full-text).