I live in Utah, one of the minority of US states still prohibiting Tesla from opening a dealership. There was a bill in the recent legislative session to fix that but it failed. The bill's failure has led to a number of Letters to the Editor in the local paper, all of which that I've seen have been in favor of a Tesla dealership. I added my letter to that batch earlier this week: Letter: Out-of-state Tesla employees thank Utah | The Salt Lake Tribune While my letter was intended to show how locals are missing out on jobs and money is being forced to leave the state, the comments to the letter have become a debate on EVs. Y'all might want to read through the comments as some of them are so wrong they are unintentionally funny. One point that I've heard before and is in the comments is that while EVs emit no pollution, pollution is created somewhere when the electricity for the car is produced. That's especially true here in Utah where over 80% of the state's electricity is created by burning coal. Anyone here have data comparing the amount of pollution created by burning fossil fuels to create enough electricity to drive a Model S a given distance versus the amount of pollution caused by burning fossil fuel in a similar sized ICE sedan going the same distance? Better still, a link to a study on the subject by someone not connected to Tesla or any other EV manufacturer.