The EV Question: is vehicular electrification viable? (Part 2)

Ani May, Contributor. In the second part of this two part series, contributor Ani May explores if electric vehicles can fix the climate crisis and what alternatives exist. Primarily, EVs are more energy efficient than ICE vehicles. To make an accurate comparison of energy-to-useful work ratios, elements such as local renewable infrastructure coefficients, vehicle sizeContinue reading “The EV Question: is vehicular electrification viable? (Part 2)”

The EV Question: Is vehicular electrification viable? (Part 1)

Ani May, Contributor. In part one of this two part series, contributor Ani May gives us the lowdown on the cost and performance of electric vehicles. Queen’s University and friends received celebrated environmentalist Jonathon Porritt earlier this month at the Clayton Hotel in Belfast. Discussing the future of environmental strategy in Northern Ireland, the receptionContinue reading “The EV Question: Is vehicular electrification viable? (Part 1)”