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Electric Cars: Are They Actually Cleaner?


If you’ve ever read the comments of any article about electric cars, you’ve probably run into some variant on this argument: “Electric cars aren’t green to begin with, since the wall socket they’re plugging into likely connects to a fossil fuel power plant.”

In this article, we’re going to look at some relevant data to see if that’s true.




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