I remember when I first saw gas prices tip past the $2 mark.
I was just a kid at the time. But hearing my parents at the pump made me realize that however much gas cost, it was too much.
Nowadays, we can only dream about gas for $2.
Here in South Florida, I just paid $4.59 a gallon to fill up my midsize SUV.
This is the highest gas prices have ever been in the U.S. — breaking the previous record from 2008.
Thanks to the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, this spike is only going to continue.
Take a look at this chart from GasBuddy.com:
As Ian King mentioned in his article this week, some are calling this a super spike.
It could have serious repercussions for our economy.
And while we’re likely to feel this pain at the pump for quite some time…
There’s an alternative coming our way that will make gas-guzzlers extinct.
You’ve heard us talk about it time and time again: electric vehicles (EVs).
You may be skeptical. But stop to consider: Do you really want to fork over more and more money on gas?
Or do you want to break free from OPEC’s chains?
It’s because EVs are the future.
Soon, gas-guzzling cars will go the way of the dinosaurs.
But you don’t have to take my word for it.
Ian has a full presentation on how EVs are going to change transportation forever.
I suggest you check it out here.
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Looking to the Future of Energy
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Senior Managing Editor, Banyan Hill Publishing