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E lectric and hybrid vehicle are finally springing up all over the At first Electric On Wheels was a content rich website a tab on all the new electric vehicle related But now with the introduction of the Nissan Chevrolet Volt and Tesla and Model S, the electric car is back and time it’s here to

I ‘m sure you’ve it all when it comes to the comments going green or else. We need to be reminded that we be better off with a clean so I will stay off that Let’s really talk the possibility of purchasing an electric

W e are working on partnering up with electric related vehicle so we can sell, warrant and maintain at our head office facility in Quebec, Canada.

W e are also and creating prototypes of a Solar Range Extender for Electric using Rooftop Solar that fuels the Energy to create perpetual electric and a second product that is a Powered and Electromagnetic Generator , Extending, Towable Trailer for Cars with a Storage system.

O ur partners include a aluminum extrusion company designs specially designed for wind turbines and one of the largest panel designers and manufacturers in We are all excited here at Electric On These two products will be and tested sometime in the near Keep coming back for results and pictures,

Why go electric?

E lectric vehicles are propelled by an electric motor (or powered by rechargeable battery Electric motors have advantages over internal engines (ICEs):

E nergy Electric motors convert 75% of the energy from the batteries to the wheelsinternal combustion engines only convert 20% of the energy in gasoline.

E nvironmentally friendly. EVs no tailpipe pollutants, although the plant producing the electricity may them. Electricity from hydro-, solar-, or wind-powered causes no air pollutants.

P erformance Electric motors provide smooth operation and stronger and require less maintenance ICEs.

R educe energy . Electricity is a domestic energy

T he obvious implication is that an population results in increasing gas production. Similarly, increased on technology results in increased gases, even while become more efficient. If the of drivers doubles, the fuel must also double, to keep the emissions at the same

C onclusions . The rising population and on technology are major factors in gases.

G reenhouse gas concentrations are close to dangerous levels for warming and climate chaos in all of the world.

M other nature is us to stop destroying the planet and changing our habits. I hope site makes you realize we can help prevent further by at least considering Electric On or a hybrid vehicle.

A brief history of the electric

T he electric car was among some of the automobiles. Small electric predate the Otto cycle which Diesel (diesel and Benz (gasoline engine) the automobile. Between 1832 and (the exact year is Scottish businessman Robert invented the first crude carriage.

Professor Sibrandus of Groningen, the Netherlands, designed the electric car, built by his Christopher Becker in 1835.

T he of the storage battery, by Frenchmen Plante in 1865 and Camille in 1881, paved the way for electric to flourish. An electric-powered two-wheel was demonstrated at the World Exhibition in Paris by the Austrian inventor Kravogl. France and Great were the first nations to the widespread development of electric

In November 1881 French Gustave Trouvé demonstrated a three-wheeled automobile at the International of Electricity in Paris.

J ust prior to before the pre-eminence of powerful but internal combustion engines, automobiles held many and distance records. Among the notable of these records was the of the 100 km/h (60 mph) speed by Camille Jenatzy on April 29, in his ‘rocket-shaped’ vehicle Jamais which reached a top speed of km/h (65.79 mph).

E lectric cars, produced in the USA by Electric, Baker, Detroit, Studebaker, and others during the 20th century for a time gasoline-powered vehicles.

B ut unfortunately due to limitations and the lack of transistor-based technology, the top speed of these electric vehicles was limited to 32 km/h (20 mph). These were successfully sold as cars to upper-class customers and often marketed as suitable for women drivers due to their quiet and easy operation. did not require hand-cranking to start.

T he of the electric starter by Cadillac in simplified the task of starting the combustion engine, formerly and sometimes dangerous. This contributed to the downfall of the electric as did the mass-produced and relatively inexpensive Model T, which had been since 1908. Internal-combustion advanced technologically, ultimately more practical than and their electric-powered competitors.

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A blow to electric cars in the USA was the of Edison’s direct current electric power transmission in the War of Currents . This deprived BEV of a convenient source of DC electricity to their batteries. [ dubious ] As the technology of rectifiers was still in its changing alternating current to DC a costly rotary converter.

E vehicles became popular for limited range applications. were EVs when they introduced in 1923 by Yale; battery electric fork are still produced. Electric carts have been for many years, including models by Lektra in 1954.

Their popularity led to their use as electric vehicles; larger are becoming popular and increasingly street legal.

B y the late the electric automobile industry had disappeared, with battery-electric being limited to niche such as certain industrial A thorough examination into the and technological reasons for the failure of cars is to be found in Taking The Electric Automobile in America by Brian Schiffer.

T he 1947 of the point-contact transistor marked the of a new era for EV technology. Within a decade, Coachworks had joined forces National Union Electric the makers of Exide batteries, to the first modern electric car on transistor technology, the Henney produced in 36-volt and 72-volt The 72-volt models had a top speed 96 km/h (60 mph) and could nearly an hour on a single

Despite the improved practicality of the Kilowatt over previous cars, it was too expensive, and production was in 1961. Even though the Kilowatt never reached production volume, their electric technology paved the way for EVs.

B attery powered concept cars continued to such as the General Motors (1966) and Electrovette (1976). At the Los Angeles Auto Show, GM Roger Smith unveiled the electric car, the precursor to the promising that GM would electric cars for the public. months later, the California Air Board (CARB) mandated car sales by major automakers.

In response, makers developed EVs the Chrysler TEVan, Ford EV pickup truck, GM EV1 and S10 EV pickup, EV Plus sedan, Nissan Altra EV miniwagon and Toyota EV. Automakers refused to properly or sell their EVs, consumers to drive them by closed-end lease and, with oil groups, fought the

C hrysler, GM and some GM dealers in Federal court; California neutered its ZEV Mandate. After protests by EV drivers’ groups by the repossession of their EVs, offered the last 328 RAV4-EVs for to the general public during six (ending on November 22, 2002). All electric cars, with exceptions, were withdrawn the market and destroyed by their

To its credit, Toyota not only the 328 Toyota RAV4-EV in the hands of the public, still all running at date, but also supports in fleet usage. From to time, Toyota RAV4-EVs up for sale on the used market and prices sometimes over 60 dollars. These are highly by solar homeowners, who charge cars from their electric rooftop systems.

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