Who killed the petrol car ?  

Posted by Big Gav in ,

The launch of the Tesla 3 is prompting speculation the end of the petrol car may be nigh.

A few countries are now aiming to have 100% electric vehicles within a decade or two - notably Norway, The Netherlands and India.

The Energy Post has an article looking at how much oil demand could be shed as electric vehicle uptake accelerates - Wake up call for oil companies: electric vehicles will deflate oil demand.

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