Do you think that next generation batteries made via nanotechnology & supercapacitor will save us?
Able to charge 90% in less than 3 minutes, could lightwieght electric cars free the USA from Middle East politics?
Yes they will, that is if the oil companies let us. I'm positive that oil companies have shelved all kinds of technology that they don't want on the market until they absolutely have to to make a profit. The advancement of nanotechnology will make it much more compact and lightweight to drive an electric vehicle. We still have to get to the point where we can purchase an electric car for a similar price and be able to drive it the same distances we drive our gasoline powered cars then pull over to recharge in less than 5 minutes otherwise it is not convenient enough to own an electric car. We can do it, I know we can.
by Cassie Smith 6 years ago
You have to laugh. You've got our president pushing electric cars and here come's a TIME article siting a new study in Environmental Science & Technology saying that those electric cars aren't so clean after all. Apparently when they looked at the use of electric cars in China, the...
by tobey100 7 years ago
I've finally had my fill of people preaching electric vehicles (EVs) as the salvation of the world. It might make a body feel 'green' but it actually does nothing in terms of conservation or 'saving' the planet. But, of course, we all realize that the 'feeling' is everything. ...
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