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The Real Cost of EV Batteries

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By Charles Mizrahi
Alpha Investor

Hello Banyan Nation,

When I found out how the battery for my Tesla was made … I nearly fell off my chair.

I’d been told electric vehicles (EVs) like mine were “zero emissions” vehicles … and they were great for the environment.

But after some research, I realized I was hoodwinked.

Clean energy isn’t as clean as I thought.

Since the EV was powered by electricity, I wanted to see what it took to make the battery that was powering my Tesla.

To make a battery for an EV, you need to dig up 500,000 pounds of dirt. That’s the only way to get the minerals and metals — such as lithium, cobalt and graphite — you need.

All that earth needs to be hauled away with dump trucks — like the CAT 797.

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This vehicle is ginormous. Just one of them drinks 235,000 gallons of diesel fuel each year. These massive trucks account for up to half of a mine’s energy usage.

So while we dig up materials for EV batteries, hoping to replace gas-fueled cars, each dump truck will burn up as much fuel as 423 passenger cars.

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And that only scratches the surface.

Tell me again… how is this good for the environment?

The Real Talk is this: It’s not. It’s just another lie we’ve been told. And I’m sick of it!

I’ve spent the past year researching and uncovering the truth behind this clean energy scam.

Now, I’ve put together a special report with everything I’ve found. And it’s completely free for you.

Because instead of being fed more lies, I want to share the truth with you.

In this report, I’ve also included a very simple way you can profit from what’s happening in energy right now.

Read the report here.

If you like what you see — and I know you will — then please come back next week. Because I’ve got more that’s going to blow your socks off.

See you then.