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Where In The World Is It Cheapest To Charge A Tesla? (Infographic)

June 18th, 2019 | by Guest Contributor

The rates utilities charge for electricity vary wildly across different parts of the world, just as gas prices do. However, electric vehicles are cheaper to operate on a per-mile basis just about everywhere, thanks to the electric motor’s far greater efficiency, and to the fact that regions with high electricity prices also tend to have high gas prices. A very rough rule of thumb is that driving an EV should cost about a third of what driving a comparable legacy vehicle does


Supercharger Gaps On Road Trip? Try This Tesla Owner’s Hack (Video)

February 6th, 2019 | by Guest Contributor

The first question the unenlightened ask of EV owners is invariably, “what do you do when you run out of charge?” And we invariably reply, “You don’t run out of charge, any more than you run out of gas in a legacy vehicle. You plan your trips and plug in well before the range indicator gets near zero.”


Tesla Model 3 = Most Efficient Electric Car On Highways

August 19th, 2018 | by Dr. Maximilian Holland

New aggregated data from the gurus over at A Better Route Planner show that Tesla Model 3 efficiency is the highest of any production car at highway speeds, with outstandingly low energy consumption. This outstanding efficiency, combined with great supercharging speeds, makes the Model 3 the best road tripping EV in production


New Nissan LEAF Marketing … China Electric Car Sales Record … Tesla Model 3 Charging Costs … (Top 20 CleanTechnica Stories of the Week)

October 23rd, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

Did you spend 38 hours driving last week and fall behind on CleanTechnica reading? No? That was just Kuba and me? Well, either way, below are the 20 articles that were most popular on CleanTechnica in the past 7 days. Check 'em out. And share with your friends! (Revolution doesn't happen by itself.)



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