sunnuntai 19. lokakuuta 2008

Sähköautoja on jo markkinoilla

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3 kommenttia:

Ivo Serentha and Friends kirjoitti...

Interestingly the electric bike, but I prefer the traditional, greetings from Italy.

Hello, Marlow

Lars Osterman kirjoitti...

well yes - but this would be possible to attach to any bike you have at home. And it would provide a solution for those wanting to bike to work and home.
Many people cannot bike because they would need a shower and another set of clothes. Biking makes you sweat.

With this device you can enjoy the outdoors, make it in time to work and dont have to shower.

And - come to think of it - it allegedly reduces the "toxic" carbon dioxide ourburst.

If you would bike in a speed of some 30 km/h you would breath heavily and hence cause this "toxic" carbon dioxide to pollute the planet...


sozaburo kirjoitti...

Uudessa Wired-lehdessä on iso juttu Shai Agassista ja Better Placesta.

Mielenkiintoista nähdä miten projektin Tanskassa ja Israelissa käy.

Better Place is a California-based, venture-backed company that aims to reduce global dependency on petroleum through the creation of a market-based transportation infrastructure that supports electric vehicles, providing consumers with a cleaner, sustainable, personal transportation alternative.

Better Place will build its first Electric Recharge Grids in Israel and Denmark, where the electricity will be generated by solar power and wind power, respectively. Both governments have enacted policies, which create a tax differential between zero-emission vehicles and traditional cars,[1][2] to accelerate the transition to electric cars. Better Place plans to deploy the infrastructure on a country-by-country basis with initial deployments beginning in 2010. The company has said it is in talks with more than 25 additional countries around the world.