- “The Grumpy Economist” riffs on three Wall Street Journal articles (in one day) that show the perversity of a commitment to electric vehicles.
- Alex Epstein explains why the claim that wind and solar are cheaper than oil is false.
- The problem with wind turbines: “an eyesore, a hazard and a significant environmental threat.”
The cost of operating an electric car is catching up with gas-powered car costs. The Institute for Energy Research cites work of the Anderson Economic Group: “In the fourth quarter of 2022, drivers fueling a typical mid-priced Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) car paid $11.29 to fuel their vehicle for 100 miles of driving. That cost…