This is a deceiving statement. The potential for the energy is there, but the cold slows the chemical reactions within the batteries. And in order for the heat transfer to work two conditions have to be met first. 1) There has to be heat available to transfer to the battery pack and heat pumps offer no more efficiencies at -30. 2) The transfer of heat to the pack still required energy which comes from the batteries decreasing range and since the cold has already lowered how much you will get out of the battery, the hit is essentially a double whammy as it has less energy to drive the vehicle and also has to heat the pack/cabin.