“Electric Dreams”, from BBC Radio 4’s “Costing the Earth”

I just listened to the podcast from Peter Gibbs of BBC Radio 4‘s program, “Costing the Earth”. He recounts the experience of owning and driving a nominally 200 mile range EV:

Is the time finally right to buy an electric car? Peter Gibbs has just taken the plunge. We join him on his first road trip to see if Britain really is ready to wave goodbye to diesel and petrol.

Gibbs interviews Emission Analytics‘ Nick Molden and Roads Minister Jesse Norman.

Produced by Alasdair Cross.


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From K. Palmer, J. E. Tate, Z. Wadud, J. Nellthorp, “Total cost of ownership and market share for hybrid and electric vehicles in the UK, US and Japan“, Applied Energy, 2018, 209, 108-119.

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