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Study: “Clean” Vehicles Are Usually Low-Cost Vehicles As Well

A new study evaluating the the potential of “low-carbon-intensity” vehicles to meet climate change mitigation targets was recently released, revealing that “a clean vehicle is usually a low-cost vehicle.” The study — Personal Vehicles Evaluated against Climate Change Mitigation Targets — argues that most hybrid and battery electric vehicles on the market today (in the [&hellip Study: “Clean” Vehicles Are Usually Low-Cost Vehicles As Well was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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