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24 Trillion $ shifting to EV's and Low Emission Cars

24 Trillion $ shifting to EV's and Low Emission Cars

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/oct/12/investors-warn-car-i...

We are now seeing some action where it works; in the pocketbook.

Tesla-David | 12 oktober 2016

Yes, this is great news, and with Germany's recent announcement that it will no longer be supporting ICE vehicles after 2030, the support for adoption of EVs has now shifted in the right direction, and hopefully will only get more pronounced after the release of the Model ≡ next year.

Mike83 | 12 oktober 2016

On the Tesla blog they just updated the SolarCity Tesla merger. They say to vote ASAP. With all the new Solar and Wind power the Tesla Powerwalls and Powerpacks make sense. With the M3 launch combining the charging, solar and Powerwall is genius, Germany may need to buy Tesla batteries for storage of their Clean excess electricity as LA did recently. This is awesome news.

SCCRENDO | 12 oktober 2016

Hate to bring politics into this but another good reason to vote Hillary and a dem house and congress. Trump is off course a master denier but even the libertarians with their "free market" principles would continue to allow polluting vehicles to thrive and provide no support for EVs

SCCRENDO | 12 oktober 2016

Dem Senate and House

Mike83 | 12 oktober 2016

SCCRENDO
Wouldn't it be great if Congress turned science based. Standard of living would improve for Americans again.

SCCRENDO | 12 oktober 2016

Mike. In an ideal world we would replace all congressmen with scientists except Mitch's climate change deniers. Oh well. Thats not how democracy works.