Electric vehicles (EVs) are only as good for the climate as the sources used to generate electricity. In New England’s relatively clean electricity mix, that means EVs reduce emissions by 75% on a per-mile basis compared to gas-powered cars. Thanks to state renewable energy targets, there will be more zero-emissions resources on the grid every year, amplifying the positive effect of EVs. But some Massachusetts and Rhode Island towns and cities are leading the charge to demand even more renewable energy than is required by state law.
Join Green Energy Consumers Alliance on Tuesday, April 21 at either 12-1pm or 7-8pm for this free webinar to learn how these initiatives are speeding the transition to a zero-carbon future.