Tesla electric vehicles on the assembly line at a factory in Shanghai, on January 7. Photo: Reuters Tesla electric vehicles on the assembly line at a factory in Shanghai, on January 7. Photo: Reuters
Tesla electric vehicles on the assembly line at a factory in Shanghai, on January 7. Photo: Reuters
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Inside Out by David Dodwell

How the coronavirus pandemic is driving electric vehicle sales up and carbon emissions down

  • The pandemic has forced cuts in transport-linked emissions and, by one estimate, US commuters are saving US$750 million a day by not driving to work. Electric vehicles may finally be on the road to a significant market share

Tesla electric vehicles on the assembly line at a factory in Shanghai, on January 7. Photo: Reuters Tesla electric vehicles on the assembly line at a factory in Shanghai, on January 7. Photo: Reuters
Tesla electric vehicles on the assembly line at a factory in Shanghai, on January 7. Photo: Reuters
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