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Electric Vehicles in the News

2014

  • Tesla S p85 D autopilot test drive: 0-60 in 3.2 seconds - Tesla unveiling the new D model with dual motors on Oct. 9, 2014. "This is what it feels like to launch off of an aircraft carrier! The self driving autopilot feature was impressive!" (Free Energy Blog; October 11, 2014)

2013

  • MSV Explorer QMoGen update - Yes we have created a positive loop energy system which has been installed within [a] trailer pulled by and electric vehicle. The tests proved conclusively that surplus energy can be generated, however the next step will involve re-defining the system to be able to incorporate into an electric car. (Free Energy Blog; December 23, 2013)

2012

  • EVs > Hybrids > Plug-ins >
    Chevy Volt's Superbowl Commercial Employs Aliens - [Cute, but very wrong. The Volt is hardly advanced -- certainly nothing compared to that flying saucer that harnesses energy from the environment, thus negating the need for plug-in or gas; not to mention its ability to FLY and change trajectories instantaneously without imposing lethal G-forces on its occupants; capabilities the off-budget, black-ops have had and have been keeping from us for decades. -- Sterling] (Inhabitat; February 4, 2012)
  • Trends > EVs > Electric Cars >
    Who Killed The Electric Car? So Far, It Looks Like The Consumer - According to a recent survey conducted by infas, a social research and market institute in Bonn (Germany), drivers’ expectations and their actual behavior are wildly different. This leads them to avoid electric cars because of perceived shortcomings which actually have no effect on most drivers’ daily habits. (Gas2.0; January 8, 2012)

2011

  • Best Exotic FE: EVs > Electrostatic > Aviso >
    E-car inventor eyes Europe conquest - Filipino inventor and alternative energy visionary Ismael Aviso is eyeing a potentially productive trip to Europe before showing off his inventions to technical experts and investors in the United States next month. Aviso has made online free energy circle buzzing with excitement over prospects of his creations such as his fuel-less, self-charging electrical car and power generator. (Manila Bulletin; November 1, 2011)
  • Featured / Best Exotic FE: EVs > Electrostatic > Aviso EV >
    Aviso Runs AC Motor on DC and Aether - Philippine Inventor Ismael Aviso is breaking down barriers as he continues to develop his ambient energy technology. He is now powering AC motors with DC current and in doing so has solved the issue of overheating in his system. It just takes 0.8 amps at 240 Volts (~200 Watts) to run an 18.5 kW motor during start-up and under load. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; April 10, 2011)
  • Best Exotic FE: EVs > Electrostatic > Aviso >
    Overview of Aviso Free Energy Technology (video) - Ashtweth of Panacea-BOCAF has compiled recent video footage, adding a voice-over description, talking about the antenna system that harvests ambient energy from the surroundings, the repelling force, the recent coverage on Philippines Channel 7, and the recent collaborative testing by the Department of Energy. He encourages donation support of this breakthrough team. (YouTube / andrewg85; February 25, 2011)
  • Wind / EVs >
    Wind-powered car completes cross-continental journey - A television host and an engineer from Germany have completed an almost 5,000 km (3,107 mile) journey across Australia in their Wind Explorer, a lightweight electric vehicle powered by the wind – not only through electricity-generating wind turbines but also using kites. (Gizmag; February 15, 2011)
  • Featured / Best Exotic FE: EVs > Electrostatic >
    Ismael Aviso Self-Charging Electric Car - An inventor from the Philippines has demonstrated a bare bones electric vehicle with an 11-kW DC motor running on just one 12-volt battery, which is kept charged via an antennae circuitry that draws electrostatic or radio wave energy from the surroundings. He's also developed a super-efficient repelling force that he wants to engineer into an engine. (PESWiki and BeforeItsNews; February 5, 2011)
  • Storage > Batteries / EVs >
    New Materials Could Double Chevy Volt Battery Capacity - The Chevy Volt is set to become even more appealing as GE announced it is working on a new generation of batteries with double the energy-storage capacity. GM’s licensed battery-electrode materials developed at Argonne National Laboratory (a U.S. Department of Energy lab) use mixed-metal oxides that not only increase storage capacity, but improve the safety and durability of car batteries. (Inhabitat; January 17, 2011)
  • Trends / EVs > Electric Cars >
    VIDEO: Inhabitat Sees Green at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show! - 2011 seems to be the year of the electric car! From super-sexy electric race cars (from Porsche), to a retina-searing electric yellow sports cars (from Mercedes), to practical electric commuter cars (like the Ford Focus EV and Ford C-MAX Hybrid), nearly every major car manufacturer at the Detroit Auto Show this year unveiled a new electric car or a new hybrid. (Inhabitat; January 15, 2011)

2010

  • Trends / Zeitgeist / Fuel Efficiency / EVs >
    Top 5 Green Transportation Trends of 2010 - For green transportation, 2010 marked the real and true beginning of fundamental changes in the way people get around. Here are five stories about new ground broken in green transportation, including 1) re-arrival of electric car; 2) racing going green; 4) 40 mpg becoming the norm; 5) shipping getting cleaner.(Gas 2.0; December 31, 2010)
  • EVs > Sounds >
    Electric Cars May Be Made Noisier by Law - The Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Act would require electric cars and hybrids to make noise, and would fund the Department of Transportation to create a set of rules for automakers, who would be allowed some leeway in how they carry out the guidelines. (GreenCarReport; December 20, 2010)
  • EVs > Electric Cars >
    Electric Car Goes 375 Miles On 6-Minute Charge - A German-based company, Lekker Energie, has come up with a vehicle capable of driving up to 375 miles at moderate highway speeds. The company responsible for the battery pack, DBM Energy, claims an efficiency of 97 percent and a recharge time of around 6 minutes when charged from a direct current source. (All Cars Electric; Oct. 27, 2010)
  • Magnets > Vulnerabilities >
    China Lowers the Boom on Rare Earths - Monday, China embargoed exports of rare earth elements to the United States. Rare earths are integral to most all cutting edge technologies including renewable energy systems (e.g. magnet motors), and China controls 93-97% of the world supply. "Whenever you have a shortage of raw materials in the world, it historically has led to war." (5 Min. Forecast; Oct. 20, 2010)
  • Feature: EVs >
    Choosing Vanity Tones for Electric Vehicles - Suggestions for researchers at the University of Warwick, who are experimenting with sounds that could eventually be applied to all EVs to apprize pedestrians of oncoming electric vehicles, which are too quiet. The artificial sounds would assist with info about size, direction, speed, accelerating, decelerating. (PESN; September 28, 2010)
  • EVs > Electric Cars > Cautions >
    Depreciation May Hit Electric Cars Harder Than Regular Cars - Mitsubishi has put out a chart to the BBC which suggests that the higher up-front costs of an electric car, plus the increased depreciation, mean in the long haul it could cost a lot more than a petrol powered car. Mitsubishi seems to think that electric cars will lose their value quicker mostly because of the battery packs. (Gas 2.0; Aug. 30, 2010)
  • EVs > Electric Bicycles >
    30 miles-per-hour battery bike - An inventor in Hawaii has created a design for an electric bicycle that can travel 20 miles at 30 mph; while not requiring special licensing. The downside is that other drivers aren't used to bikes going that fast. (KITV; Aug. 16, 2010)
  • Electromagnetic > Electric Vehicles > eCars > ArcticTek >
    Update from Alaska Star - In March we did an interview with Chris Hunter, who described his ultra-efficient, 800-mile range electromagnetic motor design that he's making for his Alaskan car. Though delayed, the project is still moving forward; and the "Dream Factory" initiative in Fairbanks, which is a place for inventors to go to for taking an idea to reality, is likewise moving forward. (PESWiki; Aug. 19, 2010)
  • Fuel Efficiency / EVs > Hybrids >
    Porsche Gets the Go-Ahead for the Sexiest Hybrid Ever - Porsche’s first ever plug-in hybrid, the 918 Spyder, goes from 0-60 in 3.2 seconds, gets 94 miles per gallon. The car’s major zip comes from a 3.4L mid-mounted V8 hitting 500-hp, and the engine is coupled with two electric motors that give it an extra 218-hp. Only US $630,000! (Inhabitat; July 30, 2010)
  • Electric Vehicles >
    PopSci Archive Gallery: The Electric Car, 1916-Present - Starting with August of 1916, which was their first issue to cover a hybrid gasoline-electric automobile; then passing through 1920, when electric cars were preferred because of the high price of gas, dropping in interest as gas dropped in price; then through several iterations in between including a 1968 GM stirling engine hybrid and their 1990 EV1; ending with the rebirth in 2008; PopSci gives 17 snapshots through EV history. (Popular Science; July 23, 2010)
  • EVs > Contests >
    Around the world in 80 days race for zero emission electric cars - Louis Palmer is hoping a race to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days in zero emission, electric powered cars will harness public interest and inspire new ways of thinking about mobility, cars and renewable energy solutions. Starting Aug. 15, 2010 in Geneva, contestants will travel 30,000 km through 20 countries. (GizMag; June 16, 2010)
  • EVs > Recharging Stations >
    Free fast-charging stations for 4,400 Chevrolet Volt owners - With the long-awaited Chevrolet Volt set hit showrooms later this year, GM has announced that early adopters (in certain cities) will be eligible for one of 4,400 free home charging stations. The 240-volt fast-charge station deal is tied to a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) program which aims to assess electric vehicle charging infrastructure requirements. (GizMag; June 21, 2010)
  • EVs > Electric Cars >
    Record-Breaking Daihatsu Mira Travels 623 Miles on One Charge - The Japanese Electric Vehicle Club has earned one of the most coveted spots on Earth – a place in the Guinness Book of World Records -- thought traveling at just 23 mph. The custom Mira EV was powered by putting together 8320 cylindrical lithium-ion 18650-type batteries. (Inhabitat; May 27, 2010) (Thanks Craig)
  • EVs > Recharging Stations >
    Nissan EV quick charger to hit the market - In preparation for the December release of its sold-out all-electric LEAF automobile, Nissan said it will be selling in-house-designed EV quick chargers for CHAdeMO plugs. Nissan plans to install 2,200 standard non-quick chargers in dealerships throughout Japan, aiming for one charger within 40 kilometers of any point on the road. (GizMag; May 26, 2010)
  • EVs > Electric Cars > Tesla Motors >
    Toyota-Tesla Deal Adds Spark to Electric Car Industry - In a move that may provide a spark for the electric automobile industry, Toyota, the world's largest automaker, is teaming up Tesla Motors Inc, the makers of the only highway-legal all-electric car in the United States. The new partnership, including a $50 million investment from Toyata, will allow Tesla to advance its more affordable vehicles like the Model S sedan. (Associated Press; May 21, 2010)
  • EVs / Solar > Paint >
    Renault Solar Paint Car - An environmentally friendly design car of the Renault combines electric power and renewable energy from solar energy through nano solar paint on car. Renault 2010 Sand Jumper uses next-gen renewable energy technology and recycled, recyclable ecological materials. (Alt Energy News; Apr. 27, 2010)
  • EVs / Smart Grid >
    Microsoft Hohm Will Allow Electric Vehicles to Power Home Appliances - Ford and Microsoft have announced a partnership to create a computerized link between houses, electric cars and utility companies. The new electric car system will allow drivers to better manage home energy use and save money by telling the consumer the best time for cars to recharge (when demand and electricity rates are low). (MSNBC; March 31, 2010)
  • EVs > Electric Cars > Kits >
    TREXA announces pricing details for DIY electric car - TREXA has announced a base price of US$15,999 for the lithium-powered, modular platform which is designed to facilitate the creation of custom "vehicle apps". "We believe that it’s time we put the automotive industry back into the hands of the people, by offering them a cost-effective, well-supported vehicle platform to design and build for." (GizMag; February 9, 2010)

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