Infographic: The Carbon Footprint of Your Electric Car Depends on Where You Live

by , 06/10/13

car emissions, gas emissions, vehicle emissions, reducing emissions, green air, clean air, clean energy, green transportation, electric car emissions, hybrid car emissions

In a recent study comparing grid-powered electric car emissions around the world, Shrink That Footprint found that when electric cars are charged with low-carbon power, they have just a quarter of the emissions of a typical car, or half the emissions of the most efficient hybrids. However in places with dirty power grids, these benefits can be significantly reduced. So where does your country stand? Find out more over at Shrink That Footprint.

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