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USA: The Peninsula’s High Demand for Electric Cars: Part 1

On the Peninsula, the demand for electric vehicles is high. But the supply? It hasn’t caught up yet.

By Alexis Petru | Email the author | 6:00am
With our addiction to technology and our love of all things green, it’s no surprise that the Peninsula is a hotbed of activity for electric vehicles.

The first person in North America to purchase Nissan’s all-electric LEAF was actually an engineer who resides on the Peninsula.

Electric vehicles, or EVs, may not be the end-all environmental solution to climate change and air pollution; they only burn as clean as the driver’s sources of electricity. Luckily, the Peninsula has a much cleaner energy supply than many parts of the country that rely heavily on coal, a major contributor of greenhouse gases. And our energy mix will only get cleaner as the state mandates utilities to increase their renewable energy sources like solar and wind.


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