Priligy online now, save money

DEC 05

Recent Comment

"Go see "Who Killed the Electric Car". We had a breakthrough, but ther..."

View all Comments

L.A. Auto Show: EcoGeek Talks to Tesla and enter site 100 mg viagra GM About Supercapacitors

zenn

While at the L.A. Auto Show last week, I had a chance to talk with Nick Zielinski, GMs director of Vehicle Technology Integration, and JB Straubel, the CTO of Tesla Motors. While conversing with each of these extremely well informed folks, I brought up supercapacitors.

Both of look here levitra prices these guys are heavily reliant on i use it 5mg viagra battery technology and both of them are putting varying amounts of faith in Lithium Ion batteries. Obviously, it's working well for Tesla, and we can hope it will work well for GM.

When asked about supercapacitors, both men had the same response: Supercaps represent interesting technology, but they cannot replace batteries, and using them to augment batteries is too complex.

So, what on earth are Zenn and Eestor talking about when they discuss large cars that can run for hundreds of miles at high speeds using only power stored in supercapacitors? The answer is that NO ONE KNOWS what they're talking about. It's possible that not even Eestor knows what it's talking about. Maybe it's all a lie, maybe the scientific secret is viagra sales online just waiting for it's day in the 100mg cialis light.

So now, I know two things for certain, 1.If Zenn's claims turn out to be true, it will be a marvelous leap forward. 2. People in the know are very skeptical that Zenn's claims will turn out to be true.

Hits: 17252
Comments (2)Add Comment
0
Certainly need something.
written by rob, December 06, 2006
It would be great if these supercapacitors did work, as current electric cars are rather pathetic, check the specs on the Zenn site. A top speed of 25mph and a range of 35 miles, not a lot of use.
And presumably when using it a night, in the winter, with the lights, heater and demister on, the range would drop so low, that you would be lucky if you got off the driveway. :P

I saw a prototype electric car from GM, when I was a lad, that had better speed and range. thirty years on and there is still no practical electric vehicles.
We need a major breakthrough.
0
We Had a Breakthrough...
written by Webs, December 06, 2006
Go see "Who Killed the Electric Car". We had a breakthrough, but there is just too much money to be made off crappy internal combustion engines for Big Car Companies to use all electric vehicles.

And of http://ojalafilms.com/cialis-purchase course these corporations don't care about the environment. It's all about profits. To think that Ford, GM, Toyota, Honda, or any of the others couldn't come up with an engine design different from what we have for the http://www.grantontrailers.com/cialis-available-in-india last 100 years is absurd. They could but they won't. Instead they spend millions of dollars paying to have their name on a f***ing football stadium.

It's gonna take small timers like Telsa to change the cars we drive. And Amen for them for taking not only a huge risk, but the first real step we have had in a long while.

Write comment

security code
Write the displayed characters


busy
 

Are you an EcoGeek?

We've got to keep 7 billion people happy without destroying our planet. It's the biggest challenge we've ever faced....but we're taking it on. Are you with us?