Why the electric-car revolution may take a lot longer than expected
Electric cars, which currently rely on lithium-ion batteries, have been a hopeful way to reduce transportation emissions in the US. But a new MIT Energy Initiative report finds that the cost of these cars may not be comparable to that of their less environmentally-friendly counterparts for quite some time. James Temple, MIT Technology Review's senior editor for energy, breaks down the issue in this article.
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