GM Official Forced to Admit Where Charging Electricity for Electric Cars Comes From:Lansing Board of Power and Light, who set the reporter straight. He told him, “It would be charging off our grid, which is about 95 percent coal.”

The smile quickly left her face when a reporter asked what source of electricity was being used to charge the vehicle.“It’s coming from the building,” she replied.The reporter clarified, “What’s your mix of power?”“Lansing feeds power to the building,” she answered, hoping that would end the questioning.

It didn’t.

Stopping herself before uttering the dirty word “coal,” Zimmerman said, “I betcha there’s a bit of co — they’re heavy on natural gas, aren’t they?” Video of the exchange cuts to J. Peter Lark, an official with the Lansing Board of Power and Light, who set the reporter straight. He told him, “It would be charging off our grid, which is about 95 percent coal.”

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