Funny. They want the rest of Europe to be polluted but not Norway.
I guess that means the Norwegians are stupid.
That's what we get for living in a country that doesn't have any of it's own oil, I guess. I'm sure that the Norwegians are delighted to get top dollar for their petroleum.
We've had a 30% jump since Christmas so I wouldn't rule anything out.
Funny. Norway went from fishermen to oil and gas and subsidize EVs with oil money so they can sell more oil.
Wasn't there a report not to long ago they wanted to sell off some of their reserves?
Yes, Norwegians are extra more gooder smart as we all know for a fact that air borne and water borne pollution stops moving at any national border
It's just bad luck that Canada doesn't have any oil of it's own.
In the meantime, Saudi Arabia will grudgingly supply Eastern Canada with their premium priced oil
On the bright-side, at least you're not in Vancouver
Yeah. The bright side is because we get sunlight, here.
By the way, gas prices went from $1.30 exactly a week ago to $1.20 today. WTF?
There will be alotta spikes in fuel prices in the next month with all the refineries shutting down for annual maintenance, Regina pushed theirs off until June or July if I heard correctly, they usually do theirs in April-May.
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The automakers working on better batteries than the current 1860 era telegraph battery banks will reign supreme. 2000km range with heat or AC on in my choice of model and I'll start considering an EV.
Somebody should go to the moon and recover those batteries, they probably still have a charge in them.
it costs $100 to fill up a minivan.
electric is not going to get to that point for quite awhile.
The threat to the power grid is by and large imaginary.
EVs tend to charge at night when there is little demand on the grid.
There is a slow enough uptake to give utilities plenty of time to prepare
people also forget that all these charged cars will also be able to share their power back into the grid.
Why don't you volunteer, and feel free to make it a one-way trip.