How electrification became a major tool for fighting climate change

How electrification became a major tool for fighting climate change
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According to the Energy Information Agency of the U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. gets only 12.5% of our energy from renewable solar and wind energy. EPA’s mandates for 60% of U.S. vehicles to be EVs by 67% of all vehicles sold by 2032 is unrealistic. Will EPA rule-making create a car shortage in the near future?

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