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Are Electric Cars Actually Better For The Environment?

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Scientists have found that electric cars might not be as green as we thought. How could this be? rrThere’s A Car That’s Powered By Salt Water! http://bit.ly/1S8xAyu rSign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here http://bit.ly/1myXbFGrWatch River Monsters Here http://bit.ly/1SDplaRrrRead More:rCleaner Cars From Cradle to Graverhttp://www.ucsusa.org/sites/default/files/attach/2015/11/Cleaner-Cars-from-Cradle-to-Grave-full-report.pdfr“This report compares...

NEW BATTERIES OF SOLID GRAPHENE WITH CLOSOBORANO FOR ELECTRIC CAR

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New batteries of solid graphene with Closoborano for electric cars.Scientists have found a solid ionic conductor that is non-toxic and thermally stable, allowing sodium to move easily between the anode and the cathode, something they have been looking for for a long time.All this was achieved with the Closoborano, (B12-H122), has some very promising properties to be an inorganic driver, eliminating the risk of fire when recharged.

Should You Worry About Battery Replacement Costs for Electric Cars?

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Last week, our ever-so-curious friends at GreenCarReports reached out to General Motors to find out just how expensive it would be to replace the lithium-ion battery pack found inside the Chevrolet Bolt EV. The answer, a total price of $15,734.29, is a fair hunk of cash for anyone, and may lead some to argue that electric car battery packs are just too expensive for electric cars to be consideredas mainstream vehicles. But, as overwhelming data suggests, battery replacements are still very...

German-made electric car batteries | DW English

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Even as German carmakers promote their electric cars, they are dependent on foreign-made battery cells. The domestic auto industry is taking a back seat, while potential suppliers play catch-up. Is Germany missing the bus?For a related story, go to: http://p.dw.com/p/2s7of

New self-loading graphene batteries for electric cars that triple the autonomy

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Method of obtaining and storing energy unified in the graphene battery itself, in electric cars, which are self-loading by means of mechanical pressure. Now imagine also having a smartphone, with flexible screen and also a rechargeable battery, we would no longer depend on the electrical network and chargers.