Achilles Heel of Battery-Powered Vehicles, Part 1

…Achilles Heel of Battery-Powered Vehicles, Part 1… Is charging battery-powered vehicles (BEVs) merely a nuisance? Or is it something more serious? Here is a scenario that needs to be considered:  Evacuations ahead of hurricanes Every year the states along the Continue reading Achilles Heel of Battery-Powered Vehicles, Part 1

How to Tax ICEs

…How to Tax ICEs… Government bureaucrats will go to any length to impose their ideology on Americans. Here is a new proposal that’s intended to encourage, i.e., force, Americans to buy battery-powered vehicles (BEVs). Some cities have already established zones Continue reading How to Tax ICEs

Should America’s Future Rely on BEVs? Part 1

comparison of CO2 emission

…Should America’s Future Rely on BEVs? Part 1… A recent article, Norway an EV role model? published by EnergyPostEU, highlighted information that caught my attention, because it showed that battery powered vehicles (BEVs) may not be the best choice for Continue reading Should America’s Future Rely on BEVs? Part 1

No Gasoline Cars after 2035

…No Gasoline Cars after 2035… (This is a repost of an article that was erased from the website by accident. A total of four articles will be republished over the next several weeks due to their being erased.) Senator Merkley Continue reading No Gasoline Cars after 2035

BEV Report Card for 2019

…BEV Report Card for 2019… In many respects, sales of battery-powered vehicles (BEVs) were a disappointment in 2019, while future prospects, especially in Europe, seem brighter. Stock prices shouldn’t be confused with progress. US BEV sales increased by only one Continue reading BEV Report Card for 2019

Battery-Powered Vehicle Status

…Battery-Powered Vehicle Status… The major headlines from the latest sales report are: Sales of PHEVs continued their decline in the third quarter. Sales of BEVs also declined in the third quarter, but so did all light vehicle sales. YTD sales Continue reading Battery-Powered Vehicle Status