Two Cents per Mile: Will President Obama Make it Happen with the Stroke of a Pen?
by Nevres Cefo (Bio)
What Happened to the Electric Cars and Other Electric Vehicles (EVs) that Ran for Two Cents Per Mile?
At the end of the 20th Century California became flooded with 100% electric vehicles. Electric vehicle models included the Ford Ranger EV, the GM EV-1, the Chevy S-10 EV pickup truck, the Nissan Altra-EV and the Toyota RAV4-EV sports utility vehicle.
In the first few years of the 21st Century, all of these electric cars (at that time leased) were crushed in the desert, except a handful of the Toyota RAV4-EVs that were sold to private owners and managed to survive the genocide of electric vehicles.
Who took them out?
Year 2003 -
“FreedomCAR” (Freedom Cooperative Automotive Research) was created as a public-private partnership between The U.S. Department of Energy, BP America, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, Shell Hydrogen, and the United States Council for Automotive Research (USCAR). USCAR was a partnership among Daimler/Chrysler, Ford Motor Company and General Motors.
What are the oil corporations, the automotive industry and the government doing together?
Two Cents Per Mile examines the recent events in the automotive industry through the eyes of an electrical and automotive engineer. It traces the birth and suppression of the NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) battery, the most effective battery ever made for electric cars and electric vehicles. Find out the rest of the story and the shocking truths that were hidden from Americans.
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