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Interview with La Vecchia: "A little nanoFlowcell® doesn't work"

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Founder/CEO La Vecchia with the longevity test Quant nanoflowcell car that uses bi-ion
Founder/CEO La Vecchia with the longevity test Quant nanoflowcell car that uses bi-ion 'fuel.'
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How close is the nanoFlowcell® flow cell to market readiness? When will production start of the first QUANT electric vehicles? How realistic is a nanoFlowcell® power station? FLOWmag speaks to Nunzio La Vecchia, CEO of nanoFlowcell Holdings Ltd.
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Elon Musk and Tesla may be in the rear view mirror if Nanoflowcell finally gets its technology to the mass production stage. Its founder/CEO talks about the steps required to do that in this interview.


If developed into full production, the technology would be the only mass marketed electric drive system that is both environmentally sustainable and as convenient as an internal combustion engine to maintain, and just as inexpensive to buy.

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This is not something I'm familiar with, it's very interesting. If I get it right it's a:

48 volt system, based on established power train tech. It's a liquid fuel, not flammable or toxic that contains a powerful electric charge. It can be dispensed like diesel or gas but isn't dangerous.

The depleted liquid being replaced, wasn't explained but it was described as a cycle system, a loop. Can this material be recharged? Is that right? Have they given numbers on the energy density per liter or something ?is it depleted little by little ie. like gas, or over all like a battery? Lots of questions.

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The site has complete information, but as I understand it, it's a positive and negative pair of fuels - there's two intakes on the car. When combined, they produce a charge like a battery. The fuel is depleted without pollution and then gives off water vapor. It can be refilled like a gas-powered car in 5 minutes.

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Giving off water vapor sounds like hydrogen. I'll stay tuned, Thanks.

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Giving off water vapor sounds like hydrogen. I'll stay tuned, Thanks.

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