Tuesday, November 24, 2020

2020 Family Carbon Impact Report

While it's certainly been an eventful year, between COVID-19, raising a toddler, and moving to a new town, I haven't been sharing as much on here, mostly as a way to maintain family privacy.  Reach out if you'd like to see more of us!


I'm happy to share our

2020 Carbon Impact Report;

click here to see it in full!




Drop any comments / questions below, or email me;
I'd love to engage with you on this topic!

Monday, December 16, 2019

2019 Family Carbon Impact Report

I'm happy to share our
2019 Carbon Impact Report;
click here to see it in full!


Drop any comments / questions below, or email me; I'd love to engage with you on this topic!



Monday, December 2, 2019

Comparison of larger EVs on price, range, and storage capacity


Some friends found these quick charts helpful, so I thought I'd share them here on the blog.

Basically, with a family which enjoys outdoor sports in BC, we are keeping our eyes open for an electric vehicle that has a reasonably large range, can haul our sports gear, and which is somewhat affordable.  We currently drive (and LOVE) our 2016 Nissan Leaf, though the range leaves much to be desired - it's shown in the graphs below for reference.

Given that a Teslas have incredibly long warranties and given the ability to add Autopilot, this purchase seems like it could be our "forever car" and so might be worth spending more money on.

Our options in the next couple of years seem to be:
  • Tesla Model S    (available)
  • Tesla Model ≡ (3; available)
  • Tesla Model X   (available)
  • Tesla Model Y   (2020)
  • Tesla Cybertruck (2022)
  • Mustang Mach-e (2021)

How do they compare on Price, Range, and Storage Capacity?