President Biden has been forced to rectify yet another blunder after claiming that Americans who utilize renewable energy to power their houses might save $500 per month on average.

Biden made the allegation while speaking about the Strategic Petroleum Reserve’s scheduled release of 180 million barrels of oil over the next six months. The president used the address to promote the administration’s proposed green energy plans, which are presently being debated in Congress.

“If your home is powered by safer, cheaper, cleaner electricity, like solar or heat pumps, you can save about $500 a month on average,” President Joe Biden stated.

The White House released a version of the president’s remarks with the word month struck out and the word year placed in brackets hours after the address.

An information sheet given out to reporters before the event contained the right wording of Biden’s pitch.

Biden was also chastised on social media for claiming that if lawmakers approve his plan, we will be able to use the next generation of electric vehicles, saving a typical motorist roughly $80 per month by not having to pay for gas at the pump.

According to Kelly Blue Book, the average cost of a new electric vehicle in February was $64,685, about 2.5 times the cost of a new compact sedan ($26,196), nearly twice the cost of a new compact SUV ($33,732), and 52 percent more expensive than the average sports car ($42,555).

After fourteen months in office, the White House has developed a habit of correcting the president’s misstatements and verbal gaffes.

The administration has been chastised for growing inflation and gas prices, which it has frequently blamed on Putin and oil companies while refusing to admit the role of their big-spending programs.