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Patrick McGee

Frankfurt Correspondent — Financial Times

Frankfurt Correspondent, @FT. Global Diplomacy grad student at @Soas, writing thesis on US military budget. Lazy runner striving for discipline.

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Business journalist with a background in the study of religion and anthropology. Writing for the FT in Germany after living in Hong Kong for 3 years and New York for 5. Also studying diplomacy at SOAS, University of London. Ultra marathoner, lover of travelling, parents to the two cutest dogs in ...

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@PatrickMcGee_ — 14,292 followers, 22,045 tweets

Nov 17, 2017

@oppchg @BrianShannon123 @OLEVgovuk @theLowCVP @MIT @aeastlake @ftenergy @JeffDSachs @transportgovuk @MailOnline @transenv @RicardoStrat @DrSimEvans @TheICCT_Fuels @GoUltraLow Last thing - if you're an EV advocate, why not address my main arguments : regulators consider all battery cars zero emissions, regardless of lifecycle, size, or where they are driven. B) Doubling battery size in coming years, even when greening the grid, is not a green trend.

Nov 17, 2017

@oppchg @BrianShannon123 @OLEVgovuk @theLowCVP @MIT @aeastlake @ftenergy @JeffDSachs @transportgovuk @MailOnline @transenv @RicardoStrat @DrSimEvans @TheICCT_Fuels @GoUltraLow Tweeted link recently, scroll down my profile and you'll find it. It's the Norwegian study also cited in original article. EU electricity mix, by the way.

Nov 17, 2017

@oppchg @BrianShannon123 @OLEVgovuk @theLowCVP @MIT @aeastlake @ftenergy @JeffDSachs @transportgovuk @MailOnline @transenv @RicardoStrat @DrSimEvans @TheICCT_Fuels @GoUltraLow Appreciate the discussion, disagree it was buried. That EVs are greener than Petrol cars of same weight class is well known. Point is made with BMW in 3rd paragraph. Trend of EVs getting so powerful that their environmental benefit over small petrol cars isn't well known

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