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Comparisons of GHG emissions of on-site working and teleworking: case study of a research group

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The commuting home-work trips is an important contributor of the Greenhouses Gases (GHG) emissions of cities. In the campus “cité scientifique” of University of Lille, the commuting trips represent more than 50% of the total GHG emission. But during the pandemic, working at home change lead to significantly reduce these daily trips. At first sight, teleworking seems a valuable mean to cut these emissions by working at home and avoiding home-work trips. However, it requires new tools, such as videoconference, which also lead to indirect GHG emissions. In this paper, the GHG of a small research group on electro-mobility has been analyzed before and during the lockdown. From this case study, the GHG benefit depends on the daily commuting distance and the transport mean. For example, a person with 10-km daily trip using subway will increase its GHG emission by teleworking.
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hal-03716101 , version 1 (07-07-2022)

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Alain Bouscayrol, Amandine Lepoutre, Elodie Castex. Comparisons of GHG emissions of on-site working and teleworking: case study of a research group. 2021 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC), Oct 2021, Gijon (Online), Spain. ⟨10.1109/vppc53923.2021.9699220⟩. ⟨hal-03716101⟩
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