Dec 19, 2015

Study: Coal Powered Electric Vehicles Make Europe More Dependent On Fossil Fuels | JunkScience.com

“If every electric car in Norway is plugged into the electric grid by 2020, then Europe will have to produce more coal-burning electricity to meet the demand.”

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