According to http://www.energy.gov a unit of power — a kilowatt hour or 1 kWh — will take an electric car 4 miles (6.4 km) ‘in perfect driving conditions’ so 100 miles (160 km) needs 25 kWh which in NZ will cost about $NZ 7.80 ($US 5.10) at home. The same distance will require about 11 litres of petrol (2.9 US gallons) which at present costs about $NZ 26 ($US 17). However, these figures vary considerably.
This is funny, and it’s happening when uptake of electric vehicles is still fairly low. From Allen Zhong at The Epoch Times via zerohedge.com: The cost to fuel electric vehicles in the United States is higher than gas-powered cars for the first time in 18 months, a consulting company said. “In Q4 2022, typical mid-priced […]Fuel Costs Of Electric Vehicles Overtake Gas-Powered Cars: Study, by Allen Zhong — STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC
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