The All-Electric Car is just a Piece of the Environmental Puzzle

39% of electricity generated in the United States is from coal-fired power plants, according to the Department of Energy.

Recycling the batteries comes with its own challenges.

How is Tesla making zero-emissions sexy to the public?

The public must focus on improving existing energy infrastructure.

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