Is there enough electricity for electric cars?

1 Answer:
  • chin siew
    An EV will do somewhere between 2.5 and 4.5 miles per kWh on average, so let's go in the middle and say 3.5 miles. In other words, each car will consume an average of 2,114kWh per year.13 Nov 2021
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