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Sci Tech    H4'ed 7/29/16

Full Speed Ahead up a Dead End

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The following is a Press Release discussion about different approaches to electric cars.  Since it is put out by Nanoflowcell, it is not surprisingly in favor of their technology - which supports 3 models of their car now.
However, it is worth reading because the issues they raise about range anxiety, high recharge times, and lack of infrastructure for current all electric cars like Tesla are all too real.
Nanoflowcell presents an alternative: a car that fills up with electrolyte fluids in 5 minutes like a gasoline powered car, can work easily with existing fuel stations & personnel, and has equal or better performance.
As they ask: Are we going full speed ahead to a dead end?
Read the rest of the story HERE:

At emagazine.nanoflowcell.com

 

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