Squaring off, again: plug-in advocates respond to anti-PHEV report
Kramer calls the report "an incendiary tool that others are using to undermine support for PHEVs and EVs" and says "its science and economics need to be refuted -- and its implications need to be responded to publicly and politically." The flaws in the report aren't getting the attention they deserve, and the report should be treated as "the beginning of the conversation, not a reason to abandon PHEVs." Read his full analysis here.
[Source: CalCars, NY Times, In The Driver's Seat]
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