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Mon, 03 May 2010, 9:49pm Lifecycle Emissions - Tesla Roadster: An EV Case Study (Now with Plug-And-Play formulae) »
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So we can expect that in 2060? And even if we follow that plan the U.S. will emit just as much through 2020? And won't emit significantly fewer until 2040? Sounds like any car bought today will be old by then.

Half of members will be dead. Looks like driving a diesel will emit fewer GHGs than driving an EV using electricity off the U.S. grid.

Buy a diesel today to save emissions. Wait until 2040 or later to buy an EV so it'll actually emit fewer GHGs.

Bill Nye says limits for a dielectric are simply what have been demonstrated to date.

Jack LaLanne

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