The Green Living Guy Talks Environmental and Financial Benefits of EV’s

I love talking. EVs or electric vehicles! Seth Leitman — aka Green Living Guy — thinks the only barriers to a transition to renewable energy on a national and global scale are pretty fundamental ones. “Political will,” he says. “Also, people listening to me — I mean that.”

Electric vehicles (EVs) aren’t the future — they’re already here. Six major carmakers have made the pledge. From BYD to Ford and General Motors. Then Jaguar Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo. All have pledged to phase out gas- and diesel-powered vehicles by 2035, and several states have passed laws banning the sale of internal combustion engine vehicles by 2030.

Seth Leitman — aka Green Living Guy — thinks the only barriers to a transition to renewable energy on a national and global scale are pretty fundamental ones. “Political will,” he says. “Also, people listening to me — I mean that.”

Living green

Leitman, an electric vehicle expert and president of the Greater Hudson Valley Electric Auto Association, has been known as the Green Living Guy since 2005, when he began his media empire focused on sustainability.

“I realized how international institutions were basically screwing the environment for energy,” he says. “Moreover, I believed in solar and wind but knew I needed to do more. I became Green Living Guy when I was leaving a partnership with an energy company. A buddy of mine suggested I create a ‘Green Living something’ brand. I said, when working for the New York Senate and talking green, some people would say ‘uh oh here comes that guy.’”

Benefits of EVs

Leitman is bullish on both the financial and environmental benefits of EVs. “Electric vehicles take only two years to go carbon negative, assuming 12,000 miles per year of travel,” he notes. “Gas cars and even fuel cells today don’t come close!”

On a note not in the article: EVs or electric vehicles will be the next vehicle  It won’t be fuel cells or green natural gas. It’s people still wanting to keep you at hybrid MPG at best. So you spend more money!

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