Holman W. Jenkins argues on The Wall Street Journal that electric vehicles should be the lowest climate priority.
- While the transportation sector accounts for a significant percentage of our domestic emissions, light vehicles do not—with many racking up less than 12,000 miles annually.
- Studies from the International Energy Agency and Exxon have both found that increased electric vehicle productions would do little to alter liquid-fuel demand.
- While EVs will be important to transportation for our future, we can focus on other ways to lower emissions like energy innovation and exportation.
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