how electric automobiles can keep our fitness
Modern electric cars have many advantages over conventional engines with internal combustion engines. We have repeatedly talked about efficiency and full power available from the start, saving on fuel and maintenance, and reliability. But the researchers talked about the important mission of electric cars.
citing the World Health Organization and many other committees cites research findings that electric vehicles can significantly reduce healthcare costs.
First of all, it refers to lung diseases. The fact is that experts call exhaust gases the main fatal shortcoming of ICE. Resource The Driven cites a report that talks about transport-related diseases of the respiratory tract and lungs, which lead to death 60% more often than directly accidents.
The authorities of the Netherlands intend to rid Amsterdam of vehicles with internal combustion engines by 2030 after they found that air pollution on average reduces the life of citizens by one year.
Many talks about the big savings in budget funds and capital stocks for health care thanks to electric vehicles. Interestingly, in this way EV is trying to be called profitable and affordable, due to the reduction of medical costs.
Researchers at the Australian Electric Vehicle Council report savings of several billion US dollars. They found that the annual cost of treating diseases related to transport in Sydney, Newcastle, and Wollongong is $ 3 billion. If you switch to electric cars, the potential savings will be $ 3,200 per vehicle.
Also, the proceeds, according to many experts, can be used to develop the infrastructure of charging stations to make this break-even. It is worth recognizing that the costly sphere of electric vehicles, which still does not make a profit, is in dire need of additional capital investment.
however, it’s far interesting that specialists preserve to speak about the improvement of the electromobile theme “in a vacuum”. No one has canceled the traditional power plants that produce electricity for charging. Renewable energy sources (water, sun, wind) are a medium-term solution, but this method is still not common.
The manufacture of batteries for electric vehicles causes enormous damage to the environment, and their disposal is even greater. Of course, the rejection of ICE in cities implies obvious advantages and clean air for the population but is it realistic now to evaluate the damage within the long term from increasing the production of electric vehicles?