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RE: 400 mile electric RV

Yep, in order for BEVs to be GREEN the vehicle must be charged using clean electricity. https://i.imgur.com/IiApdtal.png Sorry, but the "greenest" thing on your list (hydro) actually doesn't count as a green, renewable, sustainable energy source in WA according to Fuhrer...I mean Governor Inslee's i937. According to Inslee, the physics of evaporation and condensation are not renewable. But it's not political, right?
PatJ 09/19/21 09:28pm Tech Issues
RE: Chevy V8 vs Ford V 10

More cylinders means more pollution and more pumping losses and so poorer fuel economy for two similar displacement gas engines. This is incorrect in my experience; of the three RVs I've owned in the past 25 years, my current rig is the biggest and heaviest with the largest engine and the most cylinders (V10 vs V8s.) The V10 gets by far the best mileage of my 3 despite being by far the heaviest and physically biggest rig, and being driven much harder (because it can handle it.) There is much more to mileage and pollution than displacement or number of cylinders. I'm sure my lawn mower pollutes more than my 2019 V10 RV does.
PatJ 08/21/21 10:13pm Class C Motorhomes
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