Last weekend I attended a talk by the CEO of Coulomb Technologies. They're making charging stations meant to be deployed around a city for electric vehicle drivers to use. He had an extremely interesting presentation, and it gave me the topics for a series of blog posts.
This first Equating "fuel" efficiency between electric, hybrid, and gasoline vehicles tries to answer the efficiency of an EV over a gas vehicle. For instance Tesla claims its Roadster gets 190 miles/gallon equivalent efficiency.
It seems my electric motorcycle gets 112 miles/gallon and my electric bicycle gets 1120 miles/gallon.
Okay electricity isn't measured in gallons that involves some conversion factors.
Curious what y'all's thoughts are...