How far can you go with your #Tesla using only their superchargers in USA and Europe?

How green art thou? #buswaysforelectriccars not #BuswaysForBuses

Finally have something nice to say about electric cars. They will put bus lanes to good use.

A trivial percentage of people take the bus to work In New Zealand. The government has a target of doubling electric car fleet every year (from 2000 in 2016 to 64,000 in 2021).

This decision yesterday to allow them to use busways allows us to relish in seeing environmentalists feud over which technologies are green enough to have access to priority lanes on the road such as those allocated to buses.

Which is more important? Saving the planet or saving the buses; most of them are diesel? Busways are empty at the weekends and many other times.

Are Electric Cars Really Green?

Range anxiety is the least of Tesla’s problems – check out the price!

Analysing environmental benefits from driving electric vehicles

  • The benefit is large and positive in many places in the west because the western electricity grid is relatively clean – primarily a mix of hydro, nuclear, and natural gas.

  • The benefit is large and negative in many places in the east because the eastern electricity grid primarily relies more heavily on coal and natural gas.

via Economist’s View.

Electric cars are a killer green technology

Resale Prices Tumble on Electric Cars – WSJ

 

via Resale Prices Tumble on Electric Cars – WSJ.

Killer green technologies alert – electric cars

The smart, green economy, not – electric cars version

Killer green technologies alert: electric cars

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