Environmental impact associated with the substitution of internal combustion vehicles by fuel cell vehicles refueled with hydrogen generated by electrolysis using the power grid. An estimation focused on the Autonomous Region of Murcia (Spain)
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KeywordsFuel cell vehicles; Substitution ratio; Pollution; Electrolysis; Electric vehicles; Electrical power grid;
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