“Quora Question: When Will Electric Cars Become The Norm? ” -Newsweek

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Summary: ” Estimates vary but the total cost of ownership of very comparable vehicles is expected to favor electric cars anywhere from 2018 to 2022 without incentives. Battery electric vehicles’ range, and performance is increasing much more rapidly than internal combustion vehicles while the price is dropping annually. Answer from Michael Barnard, low-carbon new innovation analyst: Is it really practicable & sustainable to replace 100 percent of today’s fossil-fuel-powered vehicles to electric? And with renewables being rapidly implemented on almost all grids, growth of generation from clean sources is more rapid than growth of consumption from electric vehicles. Battery electric vehicles are much, much less polluting over with their completely full to capacity lifetime than internal combustion vehicles. More questions: Subscribe Is it really practicable & sustainable to replace 100% of today’s fossil fuel powered vehicles to electric? REUTERS/Steve Marcus Battery electric vehicles depend on electricity from the grid, but mostly consume it outside peak demand hours accordingly they aren’t going to overload almost all grids in most places.”

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