Opinion: Why Buffett Bet A Billion On Solar: Miles Per Acre Per Year
Green Car Congress
JUNE 29, 2015
During the late innings of the ICE-age (as in the Internal Combustion Engine age) it has become clear that feeding gasoline and diesel to the next billion new cars is not going to be easy, or cheap. The cost to operate an EV, per mile, is already well below the cost to drive a standard ICE-age model, and the advantage is likely to widen. By contrast, at 25 miles per $3 gallon of gasoline, those miles cost 12 cents each. by Henry Hewitt for Oilprice.com.