Electric Vehicle Efficiencies

With just more than thirty thousand miles on our electric vehicle (EV), here are some figures and comparisons with a similar gasoline-powered (ICE) vehicle.

EV ICE Difference

Miles

30,663 mi

Efficiency

3.5 mi/kWh

37 mi/gal[1]

Consumed

8,761 kWh

829 gal

Cost per unit of energy

~$0.11 per kWh[2]

$2.255 per gallon[3]

Cost per mile

~$0.03

~$0.06

Total fuel costs

$963.69

$1,868.79

+194%

Oil changes

0

10

+10

CO2 emissions

3.38 metric tons[4][5]

7.36 metric tons[6][5]

+218%

Average annual usage

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration, the average person drives around 13,500 miles every year. With that in mind, the average person would reduce their annual operating costs would be around $430 instead of $830 (plus maintenance) (based on average fuel mileage[1]).

There would also be a more than 50% reduction in CO2 emissions.


2. Cost of kWh at Baltimore Gas and Electric
4. Based on the Air Emissions report from BGE, 2020-11-01.
5. Not including production or delivery of the energy.