Industry Executives Skeptical on Electric Vehicles

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Industry Executives Skeptical on Electric Vehicles
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Presidential candidate Mitt Romney isn’t the only one that’s skeptical about electric vehicles and their development. At an industry panel in New York, executives expressed their criticisms of the electric vehicle market as automakers have quietly shelved strong pushes towards developing EVs. Continue Reading...

Nissan Proves the General Public Still Uninformed on EVs

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While all electric vehicles have been on the market for almost two full years now, it seems the general public is still unaware of exactly how these technolgies function, a problem that the partnership of Nissan and Renault is looking to remedy. Continue Reading...

Wireless EV Charger Created by US Startup

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Wireless EV Charger Created by US Startup
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Now, a North Carolina startup named Evatran is hoping to introduce such a system and indeed, has generated enough interest that a number of different organizations, including the likes of Google, Hertz Rent-A-Car, Duke Energy and Clemson University, are planning to test it later this year. Continue Reading...

Paper-Based Supercapacitor Could Improve Hybrid/EV Performance

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Rajesh Rajamani, a mechanical engineering professor at the University of Minnesota, along with colleague Shan Hu and fellow professor Xun Yu from the University of North Texas, were able to create this new superconductor using a polymer based electrolyte and nanotube coated cotton paper for electrodes. Continue Reading...

Auto Execs Skeptical of EV Success

Auto Execs Skeptical of EV Success
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In fact among the 200 executives surveyed anonymously, two-thirds predict that sales of both Hybrid and pure EVs will only account for around 6 percent of total vehicle sales in Europe and the US by 2025 Continue Reading...
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