Electric cars may have potential to create more energy needed to operate them and, but how?
Could more electric energy be produced by electrically run vehicles and stored for later potential use, say, in another larger battery storage unit?
The main problem with electric cars is recharging but, seeing as you can get a garden light operated by an inch square solar panel, what can't a car roof size solar panel be fitted to an electric car. Considering that you drive to work, the car sits in a car park all day, then you drive home, the car would recharge.
The only problem I see and probably the reason this is not done, is that there is no way any government could charge fuel tax. Use petrol, there's tax. Recharge at a plug, there's tax. Recharge from the sun, can't tax that.
Thanks for your response. I agree. There has to be a better answer out there.
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