In this November 8, 2023 article for Wired Magazine, Rob Reddick discusses the problem with creating electric vehicles (EVs). According to the article, “Producing an EV often generates more emissions than building a conventional car, with the benefits of going electric realized only after a good amount of driving”.
For this article, Reddick interviews Peter Carlsson, CEO of the European battery manufacturer, Northvolt, to explore better alternatives for the current EV battery production.
Editor’s Note: This article proves that shifting away from internal combustion engines is not a very “eco-friendly” solution after all. This is important as there have been initiatives to ban cars and force people into using EVs [Also read California Gas Car Ban Shows What’s Wrong With Impulsive Climate Change Policies. Also read these articles for context: Globalists are Exploiting Climate Change Fears for Global Financial Control, Nobel Prize Winner Cancelled by IMF After Denouncing Climate Change Alarmism, Bill Gates Fear Mongers Again, Predicts Dour Outlook for Humanity In Light of Climate Change, Sells High-Tech Solutions Made By His Companies, IPCC Scientists: We Need Power To Prescribe Climate Policy, Are We Nearing Climate Lockdowns?].
As you read this article, consider this idea: if there was a technology that could make EV battery production truly low-impact, why hasn’t it happened already? Why the need for this press release? We also encourage you to look into the technology being mentioned here by Northvolt and see what entails. This is the only way you can assess the truth behind the company’s claims.
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