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Sci Tech    H4'ed 11/24/16

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Nanoflowcell is back with an informative, sourced, albeit biased, look at bi-ion electric drive technology, examining the effect of water vapor on climate.

Similar to hydrogen-powered vehicles, the "exhaust" produced by nanoFlowcell electric vehicles is water vapour. But are the water vapour emissions from future electric vehicles environmentally friendly?

As an environmentally compatible and sustainable energy source, nanoFlowcell will make a positive contribution to the global climate. Every nanoFlowcell-driven electric vehicle that replaces a conventional vehicle with an internal combustion engine contributes to lowering the rise in concentration of carbon oxides, nitrogen oxides and sulphur dioxide.

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