VIDEO SERIES: "EVs are just as bad for the environment as gas vehicles."
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PART ONE: "The grid won't be able to handle the demands of more EVs."
PART TWO: "I can't charge my car if the power goes out."
PART THREE: "There aren't enough charging stations."
By Paul Griffo, ENERGIZED by Edison Writer, and Joseph Foulk, ENERGIZED by Edison Contributor
View the entire video series.
The fourth and final episode of our video series “EVs: Fact vs. Fiction” refutes the argument that electric vehicles are no better for the environment than gasoline-powered cars. The truth is that the cleaner the energy is on the grid by adding renewable resources like solar and wind, the cleaner the EV you drive.
The environmental benefits of EVs increase as the electric grid becomes more reliant on clean energy sources like solar and wind.
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