I am not talking about the plug. I am asking about where the electric come from before it gets to the plug or socket that recharges your batter in your hybrid car. Is it the same way we get electricity for our homes and why we are trying to get off the grid?
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So this dynamo uses hydro energy? and is converted to your house electricty that is ON the Grid? I saw something about solar being used to energize hybrid car batteries. That is not on the grid. I am still a wee bit confused.
water turbines in dams are used to rotate a huge dynamo which creates the electricity to power the grid. Solar is not as efficient as "dynamo in the wheels" because if you park in the shade or in a cloudy patch of weather there is no charge built.
I meant that they are using thos solar panels on the electric outlet to supply the juice for the car when it is plugged in. How cost efective is all this and is it worth it yet?
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estimated cost ON grid : $2.64 for 70 Miles
will probably need 2x(127 Watt Solar panel) to cover for your 24Kwh vehicle battery. current price is $479 each.
Thank You so very much.
glad to be of some assistance. :) tc.