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Power-mix change key to faster EV adoption, says WoodMac

A typical mid-size electric vehicle can generate up to 67% lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions than a gasoline internal combustion engine (ICE), new "well-to-wheel" analysis from Wood Mackenzie shows.

Power-mix change key to faster EV adoption, says WoodMac Power-mix change key to faster EV adoption, says WoodMac Power-mix change key to faster EV adoption, says WoodMac Power-mix change key to faster EV adoption, says WoodMac Power-mix change key to faster EV adoption, says WoodMac

EVs are starting to challenge the supremacy of ICE cars by addressing air quality concerns

The researcher's unique integrated model underscores the fact that while EVs produce zero tailpipe emissions they are not GHG emissions-free on a well-to-wheel basis.