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The Future Of Electric Automobiles in The Sustainability Transition Era

The adoption of electric mobility and automobiles will be key in achieving a cleaner future with lower emissions levels for a smoother sustainability transition

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The future of electric automobiles and vehicles has many advantages and disadvantages that should be taken into consideration when deciding whether or not to make the switch. Electric cars are powered by electricity, meaning they do not emit any carbon dioxide or other harmful pollutants like traditional gasoline-powered vehicles. This can have long-term positive implications for the environment, as electric vehicles reduce overall carbon emissions and help lower levels of air pollution.

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