The hydrogen-monster is out hunting the Electric car! It is scary because it pretends to be eco-friendly, but is really eco-bad and is there mainly to support the traditional oil companies.
I am working on a poster where these hydro-aliens are getting their asses kicked by the awesome Think-bot and Tesla-bot, robots in disguise as electric cars. In other words it is gonna be a fight between the Hydro-aliens and the… Continue
An electric version of the citroen C1 goes on sale in the UK today . The car is the first product
of the Electric Car Corporation Plc a company started by British auto industry veterans , including
former employees of Ricardo, Jaguar and Ford.
The car has retained its four seater layout and has a driving range of between 100 to 110km ,top
speed is about 100km/h and a full charge will take 6 to 7 hours from a standard domestic… Continue
Plug-In Vehicles are a Scam . . . at least that is what the above character wants you to think. He says:
David Hannum was right! There's a sucker born every minute and they're all waiting with bated breath for the low-cost plug-in electric vehicles that are coming soon to a dealership near you; if they're not quietly cancelled first.
It's the most insidiously appealing idea of our age: replace those nasty… Continue
It is not every day that you get the opportunity to talk with high profile politicians and to challenge them on policy. We got the opportunity this Saturday. Click on to see how it went
Together with Rune Haaland of the Norwegian EV Association (Norstart) we went down to the annual Environmental Car Exhibition in Oslo to see if a proposal to help the EV industry could bear fruit with the politicians present.
The Australian company Energetique has just released its latest fully electric
car , the evMe which is available to buy now within the country at a price of
some 38000 euro .
Components for the car are sourced from all over the globe including the body
which is sourced from MAZDA and is a standard Mazda 2 minus all the dirty bits.
This approach to building an electric car has many benefits to both the company
building the… Continue
Bee.One electric car to be tiny, cheap, and cute
by Laura June, posted Apr 21st 2009 at 10:14AM
British start-up Bee has just dropped some details on its forthcoming uber-affordable electric car, the One. This five-door affair will have a top speed of around 80 miles per hour, with a maximum range of 200 miles before needing a recharge. The car will run on two battery packs stowed under the floor, and will be easily swappable in case… Continue
When two cars arrive at an intersection with no traffic lights or signs at the same time there are rules for which car should yield. For every time some hurried driver is successful in hitting my car I avoid at least 10. But this one hit me and spun my car around 180 degrees. Excuse the quality of the photos by my old cellular (mobile) phone.
Steel car: Torn off plastic piece on the bumper, bent… Continue
Today, when you charge an EV on public charging spots in Europe, it´s mostly done by a 230 volt 16amp single phase socket. Soon fast-charging might be introduced in the form of a 400 volt 63 Amp 3 phase connection
To have a standard is important for many reasons and the companies that has signed on for now is : Volkswagen, BMW, Ford, General Motors, Fiat, Toyota and Mitsubishi. The following energy companies is also on board:… Continue
Added by Electric Aid on April 20, 2009 at 9:30pm —
I know its several other electric bikes out there, and several of them may be better, but this one caught my eye. I know workout isn't what this bikes is mainly for. But with the mainstream idea that becoming lazy is cool, we desperately need to make the effort of getting ourselves up and in motion. This bike with its clean lines and well designed features are one of the tools we need for this journey.…
A prototype of what will become Sweden's first serial produced electric car was shown today in Nödinge, where 100 cars will be produced this year, followed by 300 cars in 2010. The companies behind the project are… Continue
Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, said yesterday that he planned to create 25,000 electric car charging spaces in the city over the next six years. He hopes that 100,000 electric cars and vans could be using the city's streets.
The proposed government grant of £2,000 would reduce the cost of a small electric car to about £7,000. Drivers could recoup the sale price in savings in little more than two years as an average electric… Continue