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The most promising renewable trends for electric vehicles
by Scarlett Evans
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12 September 2018
On 12 September 2018 Power Technology reported:
Electric vehicles (EVs) are slowly but surely gaining momentum in the energy industry, offering low or zero-carbon transport that industry members say will populate our roads in only a few years. But what are the most promising renewable trends for electric vehicles?
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Currently, the UK boasts more than 150,000 plug-in cars, up 50% over the past year, as drivers make the transition to battery power, while the International Energy Agency predicts worldwide numbers will reach 125 million by 2030.
Technological advances and increasing industry interest means researchers are driving prices down and efficiency up, offering the world of transport a future driven by a renewable agenda and technological innovation. Here, Future Power looks at some of the most interesting renewable trends in EV's.
German start-up Sono Motors has designed a car, dubbed Sion, which runs off solar power. ...
Audi has harnessed the regenerative braking technology deployed in hybrid cars for its electric car E-tron, which converts kinetic coasting energy back into power used to charge its own battery, a process the German company refers to as 'recouperation'. Such a method is not typically used in EVs, with this potential energy instead lost to brake pads and heat exchange. ...
Israeli start-up Chakratec has developed a unique kinetic flywheel battery system for use in EVs. ...
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Renewable tech giant Tesla is not only responsible for some of the most advanced EVs in production, but it has also started to expand its clean innovations into vehicle infrastructure. ...
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