Are Teslas Actually Better For The Environment?Engineering Explained
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Are Tesla Electric Cars actually better for the environment versus alternative energy sources? Do electric cars have lower emissions, even if their energy comes from fossil fuels? Between electric, hydrogen, gasoline, diesel, and hybrids, which uses the least amount of total energy, from well to wheel? This video will analyze the entire energy equation, starting from the very source of the fuel, whether that’s petroleum, natural gas, or other energy sources.
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Electric Car Production Emissions - https://youtu.be/6RhtiPefVzM
Electric Car Battery Concerns - https://youtu.be/1mXSMwZUiCU
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