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07-02-2009 09:10 PM #1
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New book published on electric cars!
Hey everyone! This is my first post on the forum, sorry that it is borderline spamish... but a new book was just published which is a really informative resource and introduction to electric cars, which tells the history of them, and compares them to combustion engines and hydrogen. I really believe in electric cars, and this book... If you're interested, you can search for it on Amazon...Thanks for your time, you guys are awesome!
Two Cents Per Mile, the groundbreaking new book penned by electrical engineer Nevres Cefo, examines the development of 100% electric vehicles at the end of the 20th century and their subsequent suppression in the first few years of the 21st century. The book provides a comprehensive analysis of the collusion between the automotive and fuel industries to preserve the status quo and prolong the use of the internal combustion engine and liquid fuel. Two Cents Per Mile demonstrates that we are being led to a very dangerous and expensive hydrogen fuel economy while the technology behind the extremely successful and advanced electric vehicle is being suppressed by Big Oil. The book calls upon Americans to take action by requesting President Obama exercise eminent domain over the most powerful NiMH car battery patents.
The NiMH battery patents, currently owned by Chevron Corporation, are the most crucial elements in improving the US economy, our transportation system and our environment. This technology will immediately position the United States as the world leader in cutting edge development of alternative fuel, alternative energy, and advanced transportation systems. These patents will free us from foreign oil dependence.
Two Cents Per Mile: Will President Obama Make it Happen with the Stroke of a Pen?
is published by Nevlin LLC and is available for purchase at Amazon.com.
In 2003 "FreedomCAR" (Freedom Cooperative Automotive Research) was created as a public-private partnership between: The U.S. Department of Energy, BP America, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, Shell Hydrogen, and the United States Council for Automotive Research (USCAR) a partnership among Daimler/Chrysler, Ford Motor Company and General Motors.
What are the oil and automotive corporations doing together?
Two Cents Per Mile shows how Americans have been systematically misinformed and trapped with only one option for their future transportation needs: the internal combustion engine and liquid fuel. Meanwhile, hundreds of Americans have been driving 100% electric vehicles (EVs) for the past ten years, proving the advanced technology of the NiMH battery. The interviews and pictures of real life EV users really drive the message home.
Author Nevres Cefo holds a BSEE (Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering-Energy Productions and Distribution. Cefo has extensive international engineering and business experience in research and development, energy systems, high and low volume manufacturing, the automotive industry and turn around management spanning more than 25 years in Europe and the United States.