Brammo Enertia Article in the NY Times

My latest article for the New York Times, this time on the Brammo Enertia electric motorcycle, made print yesterday. It came out just in time for the Enertia’s world debut in New York on Tuesday — though the bike is made in Ashland, Oregon.

Published by Kristen

Freelance editor, author, translator, and publisher

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  1. Electric Vehicles plugged in to the eiltcrec grid in Portland only generates about 20% of the CO2 that burning gasolines does. The Portland area grid is comparably cleaner than most because of the hydro and wind power that we have here. When the Boardman coal plant is shutdown, it will get even cleaner. I drive an EV and it is powered by the solar panels on my rooftop. When I plug in at work, it is charged up with 100% wind power.The biggest reason I drive an EV is because I don’t want our country fighting wars for oil. The true cost is far more that we pay at the pump. We used to fight wars for salt, then we found a better way. We used to hunt whales for lantern oil, then we found another way. Soon I hope I can say we used to fight wars for oil and then we found another way.

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