Distinctions have been clearly set when it comes to the use of nickel-metal-hydride batteries. They will now be utilized exclusively for plug-in hybrid vehicles, at least those that are made by Toyota.
In spite of the government’s aggressiveness in promoting electric plug-in cars for many years, it is only now that they are seeing good results from their efforts. One of them is the increase in Chinese buyers.
Nissan, one of the world’s top electric vehicle makers, signed a deal with utility corporation Endesa that in effect will allow users of EV to sell excess renewable energy batteries to the electric grid.
For a number of weeks, rumours of Apple involved in an electric car project have been persistent. They were bolstered by reports claiming that such rumours are true and these came from respected publications such as the Wall Street Journal.
According to a Faculty of Environment researcher at the Simon Fraser University, the new study that he performed on graduate students has vital implications to governments with no sufficient funding to support their own plug-in electric vehicle markets.