Bill Clinton suggests "Cash for EVs" (w/POLL)
Speaking at the National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas earlier this week, Bill Clinton had a novel suggestion that might help clear up some of the negative stigma associated with the Cash for Clunkers legislation heard among various green crowds: how 'bout a Cash for EVs program?
According to Clinton, Cash for Clunkers "proves that Americans will bite if you make it economical enough." That being the case, a federal stimulus could be doled out to new car purchasers who are trading fossil fuel-powered cars and trucks in exchange for new electric models. Would it work? Click past the break to take part in our poll.
[Source: Earth 2 Tech]
Photo by sskennel. Licensed under Creative Commons license 2.0.
|Yes. Makes much more sense than Cash for Clunkers.||1 (33.3%)|
|No. We've had enough with the Cash for Clunkers debacle already.||1 (33.3%)|
|I don't care.||1 (33.3%)|
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