According to 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 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