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    The Detroit Electric Car

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    previously discussed, electric driving was not of much interest to people during its debut. Most of the conditions that lead to its development were individual breakouts of innovations with electromagnetics. For instance, Thomas Davenports’ goal was to have his electric motor power street cars replace steam powered vehicles. To continue the development of his electric motor, Davenport traveled to Washington D.C. to exhibit his machine before the patent office and have it registered. However, due to lack of money he returned home without success and never got to fully develop electric motors that could drive around the streets. Different conditions in society lead to contributions in the development of electric cars. For example, gasoline-powered…

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    Hybrid and electric vehicles are the future of transportation. CO2 levels rising, causing such harm to the environment from gasoline powered vehicles, but not everyone is for the alternative energy vehicles. We love our fast cars that are able to travel far distances without having to worry about recharging up when it only takes a few minutes to get a few gallons of gas. However, if we don’t try and give the alternative energy vehicles a chance; who knows how long it will take for the pollution…

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    Phillip Andrew Hocking Professor Jim Roth English 102 12 June 2017 Hybrid Cars – Do They Really Help the Environment while Helping My Wallet? The first vehicle that really could be classified as a hybrid is a sailboat that also has an oar. It is typical in sailing to run out of wind, so savvy sailors carry oars or an outboard to ensure that they can propel the craft when there is no wind. The word 'hybrid' when used in relation to an automobile is defined loosely as utilizing two or more…

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    Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) is one power technology of those attractive new energy storage technologies. It aggregated those vehicles with battery (Hybrid electric vehicles, battery electric vehicles, and plug- in hybrid electric vehicles) into the grid as a distributed resource of energy load, storage and generation device. It is not only adding the ability to deliver power from vehicle to the grid, but also can apply the power flow (Lund & Kempton, 2008). V2G technology provides potential solutions…

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    energy vehicles becomes popular in the industry. Base on the market demand, Tesla produced the electric vehicles by the unique business model to achieve better results in the market and it began to expand in China after its home market was stable. STEEP analysis for Tesla Social The sense of environmental protection and high technology recognized by people. Tesla successfully attracted the attention of consumers, increased electric vehicles consumption. Technological The advanced…

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    Hybrid Vehicles

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    A hybrid vehicle uses two or more distinct types of power, such as internal combustion engine and electric motor. While there are many types of hybrid vehicles, this paper will mainly focus on hybrid electric vehicles. Hybrid cars are a combination of electric and gas powered engines, and combine the best of both to be much more practical than just a simple gas powered or fully electric car. In the world today there are hundreds of ways to travel, like trains, planes, boats and cars. The most…

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    switching from a conventional vehicle to hybrid vehicle because of expenses? In fact, hybrids can be more pricey to repair and come with hazards that can go as far as taking one’s life due to electrocution which gives hybrids many disadvantages. Although Hybrid vehicles saves money, the cost of maintaining a hybrid is similar to the expense of conventional vehicles. Back then people were complaining their car wasted so much gas and money. Henry Ford’s creation of the Model T in 1908 transformed…

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    since then there has been many advancements. Before we get into the types of cars we have to know what a car is. Many of us refer to a car as a grocery getter but actually and simply it’s an energy converter that energy from a gas tank or battery and puts it to use through mechanical energy which then turns into kinetic energy to move the car from A to B. In the world of automobiles, we have many ways to categorize cars some of them include, the size the shape the cost company manufacturing…

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    Electric Cars Essay

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    Introduction Obviously, the electric cars has become more and more popular in the world. Many people driving their electric car on the street. Many manufactures began to produce electric cars, because the gasoline-powered automobiles pollute the environment and the oil resources have almost dry up. The government were badly in need of the new power and clean cars to remission the environment and resources problems. With the development of technology the electric cars seemingly is the best…

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    emissions and other harmful pollutants that are emitted by the vehicles puts a negative impact on the atmosphere. Society has been making a large effort to make everything green and cleaner in today’s world, including transportation. Buying a car is big investment and requires the consideration of many different variables. With the growing interest in saving our planet, many car manufacturers created hybrid cars and the government is developing incentives programs. These factors have induced…

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