The Inconvenient Truth About Electric Cars

By: Michael Shedlock A trip from LA to Las Vegas and back takes 8 hours by a gas-powered car but 13 hours by an electric vehicle. The electric vehicle grand vision may flounder on something most drivers take for granted: a quick pit stop. The inconvenient truth of electric vehicles is they are terribly inconvenient…

Study: Electric Vehicles Emit More CO2 Than Diesel Ones

Date: 23/04/19 – The Brussels Times When CO2 emissions linked to the production of batteries and the German energy mix – in which coal still plays an important role – are taken into consideration, electric vehicles emit 11% to 28% more than their diesel counterparts, according to the study, presented on Wednesday at the Ifo…

Electric Cars Aren’t As Green As You Think

Production of electric cars went into production at a Nissan plant in China last Monday. This as part of a larger effort by automakers who seek to bring electric cars to the forefront of automobile markets and purchases. This being a way to help reduce greenhouse gases in order to combat climate change. However, as…

Green Group Envisions a Human-Free Future

A bill in the California legislature would ban the sale of gas-powered vehicles in the state by 2040. The bill was submitted by Assemblyman Phil Ting, D-San Francisco and has the strong backing of the environmentalist group Center for Climate Protection who cites public health and climate change goals as their reason for doing so.…

The Truth About the Tesla Cult, Semi-Auto Truck

Australian auto expert John Cadogan delivers a revealing review of the story behind Tesla Motors’ upcoming Semi-Truck along with demonstrating how the company’s manufacturing is a fraud and accuses the craze behind Tesla Motors as being a cult. Despite Cadogan’s embracing human-induced climate change, he adequately exposes the money-making green scheme Tesla Motors is. The…

The electric car market is a dud

Good news from Financial Post: Going by the ballyhoo, you’d think EVs were an unstoppable juggernaut. But it’s one that has yet to even get started. In his 2011 State of the Union address, then president Barack Obama predicted one million electric cars on the road by 2015. Four years later, there wasn’t even a…