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Switching to a battery-powered vehicle will yield measurable savings in a motorist’s energy bills, according to a new study, while also reducing global warming emissions.
But the report by the Union of Concerned Scientists, or UCS, finds that the advantages vary widely depending upon where you live. In the best regions, savings on energy can add up to more than $1,000 annually – with battery cars cleaner than anything else on the road. But even in the worst regions, those heavily dependent upon coal to generate electricity, the UCS report says battery vehicles retain a significant advantage over traditional automotive powertrain technology....
From MSNBC: Bottom Line - New study shows just how 'green' electric cars are
 

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Paul Eisenstein isn't the biggest backer of EV's or hybrids, either. Too bad most of my driving for work would be outside the range of a true electric vehicle, though. A Volt may be an option if prices ever go down...
 
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