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5 Things To Watch Out For In Studies Claiming Electric Cars Are “Not So Green”

September 6th, 2020 | by Zachary Shahan

A few days ago, I wrote about a new report by Ricardo for the European Commission showing (yet again) that electric vehicles “have significantly lower impacts on the climate.” I noted in the article that there's a common problem of much more limited studies coming to different conclusions that put electric cars in worse light, as well as simplistic and misleading headlines like "Electric cars aren't as green as you think they are" or "Electric cars have a dirty little secret."


Electric Vehicles Are Cleaner Than Gasoline Vehicles (New Fact Sheet)

May 17th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor

Driving an electric vehicle (EV) results in less global warming emissions than the average gasoline-fueled vehicle. As the US electricity grid gets cleaner (by shifting away from coal and adding solar and wind power), the benefits of EVs compared with gasoline vehicles will continue to grow


Electric Car Myth Buster — Well-To-Wheel Emissions

February 19th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley

It's time to bust some of the myths that surround electric cars at the moment. Some people want you to believe electric cars pollute just as much as conventional cars. The trouble is, that myth is simply untrue.


7 Greenest Vehicles On Earth

December 7th, 2013 | by Shrink That Footprint

Originally published on Shrink That Footprint. According to Wikipedia, a ‘vehicle’ is a: mobile machine that transports passengers or cargo. [&hellip



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