Are EV’s really better for climate-changing emissions?

Electric cars are an axiom of clean transport planning – they produce no tailpipe emissions, little localised air pollution and, potentially, no greenhouse gas output. But as their critics point out, they are only as green as the electricity that they use.
A power supply dependent on fossil fuels will produce greenhouse gas emissions from electric vehicles that are less than – but still comparable to – those from automobiles fitted with internal combustion engines (ICE)

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