Electric cars’ lifetime CO2 emissions half that of petrol and diesel

Study finds EVs are less polluting even after taking battery production into account Battery electric vehicles in the UK produce half the CO2 of a traditionally fuelled car, even when their battery production is taken into account, according to new research. A study from Imperial College London has found that the increased use of renewable

Are Electric Vehicles Near a Tipping Point?

Oil consumption continues to rise in the U.S. and around the world, but as electric vehicles keep growing as a percentage of vehicle sales, there will ultimately be a tipping point on multiple fronts. The first will be manufacturers investing in more EVs to ultimately overtake internal combustion engines, which is happening today from Tesla

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Economics of Electric Vehicles Mean Oil’s Days As A Transport Fuel Are Numbered

The future is not looking bright for oil, according to a new report that claims the commodity would have to be priced at $10-$20 a barrel to remain competitive as a transport fuel. The new research, from BNP Paribas, says that the economics of renewable energy make it impossible for oil to compete at current