It’s been a busy year for electric cars.
In the United States, more than two million vehicles have been sold, a record.
And in the world’s third-largest economy, India, the country’s EV market is expected to hit 6 million units in 2019.
But that’s still a lot of cars, and not all of them are good for the environment.
Here’s a look at what’s good for our environment.
How much do we really care?
In 2019, the average electric vehicle will be valued at about $35,000, which is still a big jump from 2016.
That’s because the vehicles are cheaper to produce, according to the EPA.
And that means they’ll get more miles on the road per dollar of energy invested.
EVs are also much cheaper to maintain than gas-powered cars.
That means they can be more environmentally friendly.
In fact, the EPA estimates that EVs can be made from half the energy in a gasoline-powered car, which will mean that they’re less polluting than a gasoline car.
They can also be more fuel efficient than traditional cars because they can use less power, meaning they’re cleaner overall.
For that reason, the electric vehicle market is set to continue growing.
That growth is driven by two key drivers: The price of electricity and demand for EV vehicles.
The price is falling.
The average American household spent $1,917 per person in 2016 on electricity, according the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
That number has been falling steadily since 2016, and is projected to decline to $1.17 per kWh by 2026, according a study from PricewaterhouseCoopers.
This trend is expected, as the United Kingdom is expected start selling EVs in 2018.
And as demand for EVs increases, the price of the vehicles will also fall.
The number of electric vehicles on the roads in the United State is expected more than quadruple by 2023, to 2.6 million vehicles, according data from Autonomous Driving Europe.
The U.S. market is also expected to become more competitive as automakers begin to produce more electric vehicles, but we’ll see whether that’s enough to keep pace with rising demand.
The bottom line is, electric cars are great for the planet.
In 2019 alone, more EVs were sold in the U.K. than in any other country.
In India, more cars were sold than any other nation.
And the number of EVs in China grew by 50 percent between 2014 and 2019, according Autonomous.
And this growth in China is expected even more to accelerate in 2020.
EVs have also contributed to a more sustainable economy, according NASA, which has estimated that electric vehicles generate about 25 percent less CO2 than gasoline vehicles and emit about 0.8 percent less air pollution.
This has been particularly true in the developing world, where electricity use is growing, and electric vehicles are a viable alternative to traditional cars.
EVs can also help to reduce our dependence on foreign oil.
Because they’re so clean, EVs are a much cleaner alternative than gasoline- or diesel-powered vehicles.
And they’re also environmentally friendly, since they’re much more fuel-efficient.
EVs also help address climate change by cutting carbon emissions.
According to NASA, they’re expected to reduce CO2 emissions by more than 25 percent by 2030, and by 40 percent by 2050.
And according to a recent study, electric vehicles can help reduce CO 2 emissions by as much as 60 percent by 2025.
If you’re worried about the environment, here are some other great electric cars: The Chevrolet Bolt: The Chevy Bolt is the most affordable electric vehicle ever, and its $35k price tag makes it the best choice for many.
It’s a clean-burning, electric-powered SUV, which means you’ll only use a small fraction of the energy that goes into its battery pack, which includes a charge port and a solar panel.
The Bolt is also one of the cheapest electric vehicles to own, according an Energy Star report.
This means you can save up to 80 percent on your electric vehicle if you buy one today.
But if you’re looking for a compact car that’s not going to overwhelm your space, the Chevrolet Bolt EV offers a lot more.
It has a range of 310 miles, which comes to about 60 percent of a standard-size SUV.
And if you don’t need all that space, you can still get an EV with the standard interior layout, which features plenty of space and storage for your most important items.
And you can get an all-electric option for $40,000.
If that sounds like a great deal to you, check out the Chevrolet Volt, which also has a price tag of $35K, but you can actually save even more if you upgrade to the EV Plus option.
That option is the only one of its kind that has electric seats and is fully electric, too.
But it’s also the most expensive car in the country to own.
And it’s still not a great choice for the average consumer.