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Jan 5 2018 – Kevin Yaworski
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A commenter said the following on a recent post from the Fraser Institute with link to their oped.
Maybe one of my friends, followers or blog readers is knowledgable in the facts about this and can refute or verify this without misleading?
“Once again another alternative facts filled opinion piece the Fraser Institute publishes without vetting.
EV always produce less CO2 than a similar sized gasoline car, even when charged using coal fire generated electricity. Break even for the CO2 released during production can be achieved in as little as under 3 years in Quebec, little over 3 years in Ontario. (Alberta is the only terrible place to own an EV, with a CO2 break even point taking about 10 years of normal use.)”.
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