German lifecycle analysis supports EV vs ICE
A lifecycle study conducted by the Technical University of Eindhoven on behalf of the Green Party in the German Bundestag suggests that the battery deficit for CO2 emissions for manufacture of BEVs vs ICEs is closing. In a comparison between the Tesla Model 3 and the Mercedes C220d, the study suggested that the Tesla would have lower CO2 emissions with over 30,000km worth of driving. It used 51g of CO2 equivalent per km for manufacture of the Tesla and only 32g for the Mercedes, but the Mercedes emitted 228g per km and the Tesla only 91g per km. The Dutch...