Electric Cars…Are They Really The Solution?

Many electric car buyers claim that they are reducing pollution and energy “footprints” because of their electric vehicles, yet, are they truly helping the planet?

Electrical Cars do not consume petroleum or gasoline which has proven to be terribly harmful for planet Earth. From the extraction of these energies, to their consummation, they have truly devastated the planet, and still continue to do so. So, are these cars absolutely zero emission? The answer is no.  Because they use electricity, they consume coal: a quite harmful energy that pollutes and has quite a dangerous extraction process.

The question now is, which pollutes less?

This I am not certain and must do further research, but the better option would be to find out a way to stock up renewable energies and to use them in a new ” zero emission” car.  While electric cars are definitely a step in the right direction and bring positive attention to the subject … even better, lets all try public transportation and carpooling or simply walking to our locations in order to reduce carbon and gas emissions. Think about that when considering a new electric car.
Many electric car buyers claim that they are reducing pollution and energy “footprints” because of their electric vehicles, yet, are they truly helping the planet?

Electrical Cars do not consume petroleum or gasoline which has proven to be terribly harmful for planet Earth. From the extraction of these energies, to their consummation, they have truly devastated the planet, and still continue to do so. So, are these cars absolutely zero emission? The answer is no.  Because they use electricity, they consume coal: a quite harmful energy that pollutes and has quite a dangerous extraction process.

The question now is, which pollutes less?

This I am not certain and must do further research, but the better option would be to find out a way to stock up renewable energies and to use them in a new ” zero emission” car.  While electric cars are definitely a step in the right direction and bring positive attention to the subject … even better, lets all try public transportation and carpooling or simply walking to our locations in order to reduce carbon and gas emissions. Think about that when considering a new electric car.

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