posted on Nov, 28 2007 @ 06:33 AM
The electric cars isnt killed, in fact it is in birth of gaining a market.
2. Then why arent they being mass produces?
they will as soon as people start buying them.
I for one will buy a hybrid (electrical/hybrid) car in 2009, when i have "killed" my already halfdead Skoda Felicia. Im getting a "hywet" wich
they can already sell for 200,000 Dkr, thats about 30some thousand dollars. a normal price in Denmark for a new car.
out local communati has started to develop local plans for hydrogen production only based on clean energy from windmills, water and solar power.
2. why not go all electric and not use hydrogen?
you can just as well if you have enough money to buy one.
but the fact remains, that economy is much based on control of energy sources. so the controlling forces introduce energy that they once again can
control, such as hydrogen. Because the controlling powers will have to sell you the hydrogen and that way keep controlling the energy flow to the
Besides that, a pure electric car has to have batteries that are so expensive to make, whereas hybrid cars (electrical/hydrogen) can combine both
batteries and the electricity produces from hydrogen, using the hydrogen produces electricity to run smooth, with the batteri kicking in for peak
peformance. Thats why hybrids are cheaper.
3. So if you wanna help the electric car...
start to plan on getting one yourself, or a hybrid to start with. spread the knowledge that there are alternatives to the fossil fuel vehicles.
Anything that shows you as the consumer demanding clean energy will be a step of the way to get rid of the fossil fuel engine.
Never expect the producers/moneymakers of todays energy and vehicles to go "queitly into the night" and start massproducing electric cars when their
businesses are doing just fine.
you/me/everybody have to make the demand and take the responsibility of the purchases we make.