Excerpt from Build Your Own Electric Vehicle
Why do we need more electric cars on the road?
Electric cars are the cleanest, most efficient, and most cost-effective form of transportation around. Seriously, electric cars are high-performance vehicles. Those that will continue to meet new challenges in the future.
Here are some other reasons why we do need to have more electric cars on the road:
No oil changes
No spark plugs and
Also No other real repairs.
In addition, electric cars represent the most environmentally friendly car fuel. Especially as they have absolutely no emissions. The energy generated to power the electric car and also the energy to move the car. For it is 97 percent cleaner in terms of noxious pollutants.
Another advantage of electric motors is their ability to provide power at almost any engine speed. So whereas only 20 percent of the energy in a gas car converts to actual, useable energy. However, 75 percent or more of the energy from a battery reaches the wheels.
Most importantly, less than 2 percent of U.S. electricity is generated from oil. So using electricity as a transportation fuel would also greatly reduce dependence on imported petroleum.
Even assuming that the electricity to power the EV is not produced from rooftop solar or natural gas (let’s assume it comes 100 percent from coal), it is still much cleaner than gasoline produced from petroleum!
The power plants are stationary sources that can be modified over time to become cleaner.
The electric car would cost no more than $1.25 to fill up regularly. In New York terms, that’s less than a token on the subway.
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Demand for EV Battery Supplies Strengthens the Lithium Market
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