The limits of EV car batteries may be hindering electric car sales to increase. Fortunately, based on a recent study published in Nature Climate Change Letters, battery pack prices may start to go as low as $300 per kilowatt-hour and could even reach an all-time low of $200 by 2020.
The article ‘Is Cheap Gas Pulling the Plug on Electric Cars?’ which has been published in Fortune Magazine last April 22 has narrowly missed the real future of mobility in the United States, even if gas prices have a short lived impact.
Solar powered-vehicles need recharging, making it one of its revenue limitations. Fortunately an effective enhancement is now in the works in the form of Energy Storage as storing solar power can be as viable as on-supply of solar PV.
Michigan residents who own electric and hybrid cars are celebrating after the requested annual Electric Cars Fee of $75 and hybrid car fee of $25, also known as Proposal 1, have been kicked right off the curb.
General Motors has stated that consumer demands of Electric vehicles has fallen short of their initial projections. They are unsure if this can lead to future problems with the public’s acceptance of electric cars.