Learn more about the true benefits of electric vehicles and debunk Big Oil’s disinformation through these reliable resources.
Atlas EV Hub: An online platform to equip all stakeholders with actionable information on the EV market. The objective of EV Hub is to bring a data-driven approach to policymaking around transportation electrification and accelerate market growth.
Climate Nexus: The Federal Policy Driving Electric Vehicle Adoption is at Risk: A fact sheet on the current state of the EV tax credit policy battle.
Koch vs Clean: A DeSmog project launched to expose the individuals, organizations and tactics behind these Koch network’s attacks on electric vehicles, consumer choice and innovative clean energy technologies.
Media Matters: Myths And Facts About Electric Cars: Includes archives of conservative media outlets campaigning against EVs and rebuttals of common myths.
NRDC: Dan West’s post on “Oil Industry Cons About the EV Tax Credit: Breaks down how much the oil industry benefits from permanent tax breaks, and how Big Oil deceives the public with disinformation about EVs.
Rhodium Group Analysis: “Can Tax Credits Tackle Climate?” (September 2019)
Union of Concerned Scientists’ on Electric Vehicles: The UCS notes that widespread adoption of EVs could save 1.5 million barrels of oil a day by 2035. They’ve got a number of useful tools and reports to consider the full emissions and environmental impacts, and to explain the electrification of the automotive fleet.
- Consumer survey with Consumer Reports (2019)
- State Electric Vehicle Benefits (2019)
- Cleaner from Cradle to Grave (2015)
- Interactive tool: How Clean Are EVs Where You Live?
- Infographics: Consumer interest in California, the Northeast, and nationwide
- Truck Electrification
- Battery-Electric and Fuel Cell Vehicles (2014)
- What Are Electric Cars?