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Posted on May 21, 2022 6:04 am
It’s pretty simple. In my gasoline powered Subaru, I get 30 MPG and since I am in California, I pay $6.00 per gallon. That’s $.20 per mile. The local Edison local electrical utility charges me a total $.30 per KWH (including power cost and delivery to my house). Since the average electric car gets 3 miles per KWH, that’s $.10 per mile. Miles per KWH is an extremely important number, and most dealers won’t have a clue what you are talking about.
This article is based on the assumption that there will be reliable energy and with no brownouts or blackouts in our electrical grid. The second item they get wrong is that in communist California we are paying almost 40 cents per kilo watt, 15 cents more then the highest cost of electricity listed in this article.
What an ignorant article. The only thing the author got right was that it costs about 1/3 to fuel an electric vehicle.