Cenex research demonstrates how electric scooters reduce greenhouse gases by up to 90% compared to petrol models

Cenex research demonstrates how electric scooters reduce greenhouse gases by up to 90% compared to petrol models
Cenex’s first ever real-world research comparison shows greater potential environmental benefits of switching to two-wheeled electric transport  Loughborough, UK – 22 May 2019: Ground-breaking new research from Cenex has found that moving to electric scooters/mopeds from petrol equivalents significantly lowers energy use and emissions. Cenex’s first study of its type, the report shows that electric scooters use 72–91% less energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70–90% compar...

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