Aug 9th 2010 1:31PM The end result is 220 less tons of CO2 emitted. It is incremental steps like this that will add up to a long term solution.
Aug 9th 2010 11:49AM Does anyone know if all battery packs can be subjected to a 3 minute quick charge?
Jul 29th 2010 5:13PM Why is it that the CO2 emissions and other emissions associated with exploration, drilling, pumping, transporting, refining, transporting again and dispensing fossil fuels are never brought up?
Jul 29th 2010 3:52PM Congratulations on yet another step towards breaking our addiction to fossil fuels.
Jul 27th 2010 4:06PM By the time this battery pack wears out, the replacement pack should be dirt cheap!
Jul 19th 2010 5:35AM Fuel cell yes. Natural gas no HOV sticker. Lawrence Weisdorn
Jul 3rd 2010 3:37PM Cut down on the batteries and add a fuel cell and you will increase your driving range substantially.
Jun 25th 2010 6:19PM Liquid hydrides will make compressed hydrogen obsolete within the next couple of years. Liquid hydrides are transorted at ambient temperature and unpressurized. They are "reloaded" with hydrogen at centralized distribution centers and then piped or trucked to the dispensing location and all at a fraction of the cost of compressed hydrogen. I believe that funding for hydrogen infrastructure is being held back until the hydrides are ready for the marketplace.
Jun 11th 2010 5:05PM But the Smart car still looks way better than the Leaf. Remember that the 1st version of the Prius was very plain. The Prius did not take off until they came up with the current redesign.
Jun 2nd 2010 2:24PM I recently had a chance to test drive the new Mercedes fuel cell car in Long Beach. I was amazed at the power and how quiet the ride is. I am sure that this collaboration will produce an exceptional vehicle.