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Converting Fossil Fuel Energy to Battery Energy: Understanding Your Electric Car

By • Mar 9th, 2009 • Category: Battery Technology for Hybrid and Electric Cars

Batteries store energy and supply power. But in casual conversation both words are tossed around to mean just about the same thing. Here is a primer to help keep your powers and energies straight.

Awesome Mobility ReCharge: Fast Charging Solution for Electric Vehicles?

By • Feb 24th, 2009 • Category: Clean Car Talk Posts, Videos

This recharging system claims to have solved a major problem of consumer adoption of EVs by allowing trips beyond typical current EV range of about 150 miles. With fast charging, drivers merely have to pull in to recharging stations much like refueling your internal combustion-engined cars, charge up the batteries, pay for the charge, and continue on their trips.

Only the Affluent Can Afford Electric Cars Today, and One in Five Would Buy Car from Apple – Yes That Apple (AAPL)

By • Jan 30th, 2009 • Category: Clean Car Talk Posts, Mercedes-benz

Today only affluent buyers can afford to buy new all-electric cars like the Tesla Roadster. And when you have Swatch and Daimler-Benz teamed up to make the smart fortwo, it may not be too improbable we’ll get an Apple car someday.

Want to Get Cleaner Cars on the Road? Just Yank the Old Car Out of Their Hands!

By • Dec 6th, 2008 • Category: Clean Car Talk Posts

I was thinking the other day. What did it take for us to make the switch from VHS tapes to DVDs? and now from DVDs to Blu-ray Discs? Or from cassette tapes to CDs? and from analog to digital TVs? Or to expand the horizon a little bit more, from a multitude of things we use everyday to something else that are much better? What about the hybrids, plug-in hybrids or electric cars?