Electric Cars Could Cut US Gasoline Consumption Up to 20% by 2035

Greentech Media Wrote:

This Is What Electric Cars Will Do to the U.S. Gas Demand

Demand for U.S. gasoline is expected to fall by 5% — and could be cut by as much as 20%

energy saving tipsDemand for U.S. gasoline is expected to fall by 5% — and could be cut by as much as 20% — over the next two decades, according to a new report released Monday by energy consulting firm Wood Mackenzie. The culprit? Electric cars.

The U.S. currently uses more than 9 million barrels of gasoline a day. According to the report, if electric cars gain more than 35% market share by 2035, the U.S. could see a cut from 9 million to 2 million barrels used a day.

There Are New Advances in Energy Efficiency Every Day

Not a Single Day Goes by With an Advancement In Home Energy Efficiency Technology or Energy Concuss Legislation
Becoming more energy efficient is easier than you thing small changes to your home can have a large impact.
Stay up to date on the latest news and advancements that will save you money.
Learn about the latest programs and events that put money back into your pockets

Reducing Utility Costs and Helping the Community One Homeowner at Time

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.