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Australian-made ‘Fast Charger’ Slashes EV Charging Time
« Reply #15 on: May 09, 2013, 04:09:10 PM »
Australian-made ‘Fast Charger’ Slashes EV Charging Time

May 8, 2013 Guest Contributor

This story first appeared on Renew Economy

by Sophie Vorrath


Australian-designed EV-charging technology has slashed the time it takes to recharge an electric vehicle, achieving as  much as 80 per cent battery capacity in under 30 minutes.



Queensland-based EV systems manufacturer Tritium, which evolved from an interest in providing solar racing powertrain solutions, launched its Veefil charging system in Brisbane on Wednesday – a technology it has realised with the help of a $1.15 million Early Stage Commercialisation grant through Commercialisation Australia.

On a website dedicated to the technology, the company says its Veefil fast charger can charge an electric vehicle 20 times faster than plugging it into the wall at home, and that just 10 minutes of charging will give EV drivers 50km of range.

“Reducing the charge time of an electric vehicle from eight hours to less than an hour is a game changer and will be a major boost for the electric car industry,” said parliamentary secretary for Climate Change, Industry and Innovation, Yvette D’Ath, speaking at the launch.
Tritium says the Veefil could be rolled out to hotels, carparks, airports and shopping centres, where easy and fast turnaround times on charging would be at a premium.

Designed for indoor and outdoor use – and compact enough to fit in most locations without too much hassle – it is also suitable to be installed in private household garages. It supports both major DC fast charging standards used by EV manufacturers.

“With all indications that demand for electric cars will grow significantly over the next decade, this places Tritium – a Brisbane-based manufacturer – in a prime position to capitalise on that growth,” said D’Ath.

Read more at http://cleantechnica.com/2013/05/08/australian-made-fast-charger-slashes-ev-charging-time/#BtOuiHwh1qGvMttc.99
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Bosch Introduces Sub $450 Level 2 Car Charger
« Reply #16 on: May 09, 2013, 04:12:48 PM »
Bosch Introduces Sub $450 Level 2 Car Charger

May 9, 2013 Nicholas Brown


Power Max 16A / 12’ cord entry level model. Image Credit: Bosch

Bosch Automotive Service Solutions has introduced a level 2 electric vehicle charging station that costs less than $450.

This is decent, compared to the prices of level 2 chargers from General Electric and Siemens. A GE Wattstation level 2 charger can cost $850, while a Siemens Versicharge can cost $995.

This Bosch Power Max charger is Underwriters Laboratory (UL) certified in both the United States and Canada, and has a NEMA 3R enclosure suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. (NEMA, or the National Electric Manufacturers Association, is an electrical standards organization.)

Level 2 electric vehicle chargers are 208-240 volts, and the residential ones can deliver up to 30 amps of power, which can provide the vehicle with 10–20 miles of range for every hour spent charging. This one provides 16 to 30 amps.

This news may help increase the number of electric vehicle chargers installed worldwide, and hence increase EV adoption due to increased charger ubiquity. :emthup: :icon_mrgreen:

Read more at http://cleantechnica.com/2013/05/09/bosch-introduces-sub-450-level-2-car-charger/#adrRfwaYXyMMEWUi.99

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Tesla announced that it will be repaying its DOE loan five years early
« Reply #17 on: May 18, 2013, 11:41:47 AM »
Tesla Model S Sales Much Higher Than Similarly Priced Cars From Mercedes, BMW, & Audi

May 18, 2013 Nathan

It’s near impossible to deny the success that Tesla Motors has been having as of late. The Model S has been selling extremely well. Its stock has been climbing to new heights, it has turned a profit, it has announced that it will be repaying its DOE loan five years early, and the company is gearing up for the release of several new models over the next few years. And now, new data from LMC Automotive is providing a good visual for that success — showing that the Tesla’s Model S is selling considerably better than similarly priced cars from Mercedes, BMW, and Audi.



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EV manufacturer of buses and cars BYD, a company Warren Buffet is invested in, opens a plant in California.  :emthup: :sunny:

EV buses will be assembled there to meet the "buy American" requirements. ;)






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Shocked! That's how U.S. makers of electric buses say they feel, following a decision by the transit authority of Long Beach, Calif., to buy 10 electric buses made by China--but financed by U.S. taxpayers.

The contract, worth more than $12 million, was awarded in April by a 5-2 vote of Long Beach Transit's board of directors.

Ebus, a U.S. maker based in Downey, Calif., protested the decision. The company, one of four losing domestic bidders, complained that the terms of the competition had been changed at the last minute in a way that favored the winner, China-based BYD.

Andy Eklov, owner of Ebus, tells the Long Beach Press-Telegram that Long Beach originally asked for buses capable of being re-charged periodically during daily use, rather than overnight in one longer session. The change, he contends, worked in BYD's favor.

That's not true, Long Beach's transit marketing manager, Kevin Lee, responds. Regarding re-charging intervals and many other particulars, he tells the Telegram, "We left it up to the companies to decide what they thought the best solution for Long Beach Transit [would be]. In the end, BYD had the best solution for us. The BYD option made the most sense."

Micheal Austin, a BYD vice president, tells ABC News that what tipped the procurement decision, he thinks, was the ability of BYD's buses to re-charge in a single overnight charge of 4-5 hours. "That was unique," he tells ABC. "The others had smaller batteries and needed in-route charging."



Full ABC news story here:

http://abcnews.go.com/Business/california-buying-chinese-electric-bus/story?id=19075258

BYD's official specs publication on its electric bus includes:

 Range: 155miles  :icon_sunny: [17][18] (186miles according to some reports[18])
 Acceleration: 0–50 km/h in 20s[16]
 Top speed: 96 km/h[16]
 Normal charge: 6h for full charge[17][18]
 Fast charge: 3h for full charge[17][18]
 Or overnight charging: 60 kW Max.power to fully charge the bus within 5h[17]
 Standard seats: 31+1 (31 for passengers and 1 for driver)[19]
 Weight: 18,000Kg[19]
 Clearance between one-step entry and ground: 360mm[19] 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BYD_electric_bus

In both years of 2011 and 2012, BYD has obtained electric bus orders from various countries/regions across the world, accumulating to 1200 units plus.[9][10][11][12] In order to meet the increasing demands for its electric-driven-only bus, the company extended its production base in Tianjin city of China at the end of July, 2012[13] and probably has such plans in some other overseas regions like Brazil[14] and Windsor of Canada[15]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BYD_electric_bus

For the "China may not be toast" BYD story from China Daily with video, follow the link below.  :icon_mrgreen:
http://usa.chinadaily.com.cn/video/2013-05/16/content6502822.htm

Warren Buffet, anothet One Percenter that gets it!  :icon_sunny:




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The Better Place EV
« Reply #19 on: May 22, 2013, 08:28:21 PM »
Better Place EV. Now selling in Israel and Denmark
Automatic battery swap station technology swaps battery in a few minutes. You lease the battery and will always get the latest technology battery in the lease package as long as you own the vehicle. :emthup:








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Tesla Model S packed with kindergarteners!
« Reply #20 on: May 25, 2013, 06:41:22 PM »
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Tesla Now Worth 25% Of GM, But Just Wait a Few Hours….
« Reply #21 on: May 31, 2013, 10:33:09 AM »
Tesla Now Worth 25% Of GM, But Just Wait a Few Hours….
Read more at http://cleantechnica.com/2013/05/30/tesla-now-worth-25-of-gm-stock-but-just-wait-a-few-hours/#xYSDWSEro9cPV3rF.99

Great article! Here's my comment to those at Cleantechnica that think Tesla Stock is overpriced:

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J_JamesM•a day ago

Isn't that inflated stock price a bit premature? I mean, I'm a huge fan of Tesla myself, but I fear a bubble. Only people that haven't been on the stock market long enough claim that something will only keep growing and never go down.

What happens to Tesla if their stocks crash? What happens to EVs in general?


agelbert> J_JamesM•11 minutes ago−

Well, remember how Amazon was under $5 in the 90s? And they don't have any particular nuts and bolts product like Tesla does. Then look at Google's history as it doubled over and over again. Is Google ACTUALLY worth more than Tesla in both ideas and product? Tesla is a revolution of innovation that goes FAR beyond the electric vehicle.

How so? What do you think is going to happen to any and all home internal combustion machine tools like lawn mowers, chain saws, snow blowers, etc. with the advances in battery life Tesla is producing?

Consider the effect on ICE emergency power generator sales when an electric version can run longer on a charge AND can be recharged in the field from an EV.

This is THE disruptive technology of disruptive technologies heralding the ALL ELECTRIC ECONOMY. Best of all, the top 1% are being swayed by the luxury EV so they will begin to champion all things electric through their media connections and simultaneously divest from fossil fuel stocks. This is BIG. Tesla stock, once they start paying dividends, will become a blue chip on the Dow 30 and will boost the Dow.

Expect other EV makers like the Kandi technologies (KNDI), which is still quite cheap and has just opened a plant in China capable of manufacturing over 100,000 EVs a year initially (and much more later) to do quite well also.

China gets it. And since they are cash rich and have such a giant consumer market, Big Oil will NOT be able to stop this EV revolution with their USA based oil oligarchy propaganda machine.

I don't own Tesla or any other stock. I wish I did. I opened a mock porfolio with Tesla and Solar city
on April 29, 2013. As of today I have over 85% ROI on BOTH of them.

Sure, there will be some profit taking along the way but I believe the UP trend is your friend here.
This isn't about luck; it's about superior technology replacing inferior, poisonous and polluting technology.

Musk is a great surfer riding the biggest wave in history since the industrial revolution called The Solar Revolution. Many others will surf this wave to prosperity COUPLED with biosphere enhancement instead of degradation. Join the Solar Revolution or be left behind. :>)




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How Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA) Is Helping Toyota And Daimler
« Reply #22 on: June 03, 2013, 02:44:43 PM »
How Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA) Is Helping Toyota And Daimler             

June 3, 2013By Aman Jain Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) unmatched success has been closely watched by many investors and experts including the two popular automakers Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE:TM) and Daimler AG (OTCMKTS:DDAIF) (ETR:DAI) (FRA:DAI).

Both these automakers were one of the early investors in Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA). Daimler AG (OTCMKTS:DDAIF) (ETR:DAI) (FRA:DAI) invested $50 million for a 10 percent stake in 2009 while Toyota purchased the $50 million worth of stock when the electric car company went public in July 2010.

How Tesla is helping Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) with its state of the art energy management system could help both these automakers to speed up their electric vehicles segment, says a report from Joann Muller from Forbes. 

[Daimler AG (OTCMKTS:DDAIF) (ETR:DAI) (FRA:DAI)’s smart city car already used a Tesla battery, and its Mercedes B-class EV, which is expected to launch in 2014, will be equipped with Tesla powertrain.

On the other hand, Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE:TM) signed a $100 million agreement with Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) for the supply of electric motors, power electronics, batteries, gearboxes and software for its new $50,000 RAV4 EV. The SUV’s are manufactured alongside Tesla’s Model S sedan in a Fremont, Calif., factory. The factory, earlier operated by Toyota and General Motors Company (NYSE:GM), was sold to Tesla, in 2010, by Toyota for $42 million.


Both, Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE:TM) and Daimler AG (OTCMKTS:DDAIF) (ETR:DAI) (FRA:DAI) recorded a decent return from their investment in Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) and more so after the company’s stock tripled this year. Apart from the return, Tesla has also helped the older companies to consider a more open approach to counter technological issues.

Tesla has also inspired the automakers with its sheer pace of growth. Sheldon Brown, executive project manager for the Rav4 EV told that the company made us think “are we too engrossed in our own culture?”


Also, after collaborating their methods, both Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE:TM) and Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) were able to compare and improve their approaches to vehicle development.

Investment from Daimler, rated highly by Tesla CEO The billionaire Elon Musk, considered the investment from Daimler much more important for the company than the $465 million taxpayer loan. The Daimler AG (OTCMKTS:DDAIF) (ETR:DAI) (FRA:DAI)’s investment came at a crucial point, when the company was on the verge of going under in 2008.
In an interview with Autoblog, in 2012, here is how Musk described the investment from Daimler:.

“There were a couple of near-death situations. One is where I had to basically take all of my personal reserve capital in 2008 and invest that in Tesla…. I was totally tapped out……… and then, thankfully, Daimler………. invested $50 million into Tesla…… they put $50 million into Tesla at a time when they themselves were cash strapped….. When someone is hungry themselves and they give you a bit of food, you’ve got to be grateful for that.”.

http://www.valuewalk.com/2013/06/how-tesla-motors-inc-tsla-is-helping-toyota-and-daimler/

Notice how it was the GERMANS that kept Tesla going when the chips were down. The Germans GET IT and their foresight is paying off NOW!  :emthup: :icon_mrgreen: :sunny:
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KNDI UP OVER 33%! Another one Tyler Durden of ZH missed out on!
« Reply #23 on: June 05, 2013, 01:43:31 PM »


Kandi EV 5 minute Battery Switch Station

It seems somebody likes this stock A LOT all of a sudden.  ;)
TODAY'S ACTION: KNDI  5.25  +1.33 (33.93%)  :o
             Vol / Avg.     18.67M/116,302.00   
In technical analysis, a volume jump like that means the increase is REAL.  ;) This usually results in a sawtooth uptrend with pullbacks from profit taking followed by more upside. I don't own any stock. I wish I owned this one.  :(

The following news has been out for over a month.

Kandi Technologies Corp Announces Establishment Of Kandi Electric Vehicles (Wanning) Co., Ltd. In Hainan Province                

Friday, 26 Apr 2013 09:05am EDT

Kandi Technologies Corp announced that on April 23, 2013, Kandi Electric Vehicles (Wanning) Co., Ltd. (Kandi Wanning), incorporated and capitalized by Kandi's wholly owned subsidiary, Zhejiang Kandi Vehicles Co., Ltd. (Kandi Vehicles) has officially been approved by the local government agency and established in Wanning City of Hainan Province.

Kandi Wanning anticipates achieving the annual capacity of 100,000 units of EV key components and parts for its first phase (the Project) within two years. Upon the completion of the Project, Kandi Wanning will be transferred to and become a wholly owned subsidiary of Zhejiang Kandi Electric Vehicles Co., Ltd., the joint venture company that will be established by Kandi and Geely Auto.

http://www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/KNDI.O/key-developments/article/2743823
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Ford Buying 3 MW of Large Mexican PV Project
« Reply #24 on: June 07, 2013, 02:06:56 PM »
Ford Buying 3 MW of Large Mexican PV Project              

Chris Meehan
June 07, 2013

Ford Motor Co. signed an agreement with Sonora80M to purchase 3 megawatts of one of the largest photovoltaic (PV) farms being built in Mexico. Sonora80M’s 20 megawatt PV farm is located in Hermosillo in the Mexican state of Sonora, where the company fittingly produces hybrid and other electric vehicles. It’s latest effort by Ford, which already has installed solar at manufacturing facilities in Germany and Michigan to incorporate more clean energy in its manufacturing processes.

"One of the main concerns in the business is to safeguard the environment," said Jose Islas, director of manufacturing at Ford of Mexico. "That's why, in addition to producing hybrid and electric vehicles in our Hermosillo plant, from the first quarter of 2014, we will be using solar energy for our operations. Through the use of this energy source, [we] seek to reduce our carbon footprint and lower the cost associated with the use of electrical input, resulting in higher levels of productivity and competitiveness for the company.”

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http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/blog/post/2013/06/ford-buying-3-mws-of-large-mexican-pv-project?cmpid=rss
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300 horsepower in a mere 100 lbs.!!!? The secret is a COPPER ROTOR!
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Another HUGE (UP 37%!) KNDI POP! Tyler Durden missed another boat!
« Reply #26 on: June 10, 2013, 02:52:51 PM »

Agelbert missed this boat too.  :BangHead:  :(
Kandi Technolgies Corp. KNDI 7.85  +2.16 (37.96%)
LOOK AT THIS VOLUME! :o  Vol / Avg. 9.37M/918,890.00
 


Is Kandi Technolgies Corp. (KNDI) The New Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA)?  ;)              
By The Motley Fool in News
Published: June 6, 2013 at 10:35

Read more at http://www.insidermonkey.com/blog/is-kandi-technolgies-corp-kndi-the-new-tesla-motors-inc-tsla-161899/#MwsDExP1cxvgLBg9.99

Well, at least my mock portfolio with TSLA, AGQ, SCTY, GEVO & KNDI opened in late April 2013 has a 49% ROI.  :icon_mrgreen:            

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Bad Nasty Tyler Durden and friends must be shorting KNDI!
« Reply #27 on: June 12, 2013, 01:58:59 PM »
Tyler popped the bubbly today! :ernaehrung004: :evil4:
 

KNDI pull back of 14%  :emthdown:  :(

I HATE NAKED SHORTERS! :angry5:


:icon_scratch: Well, with a couple of 30% plus pops lately, maybe this was just profit taking. :dontknow:

Tomorrow is another day with new opportunities (to piss Tyler off ). :icon_mrgreen: :laughing7:
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 Gallon: Find out what it costs drive an electric car

Energy Department releases eGallon calculator to allow consumers to determine the cost, efficiency of driving electric cars vs. gasoline-powered cars.


    Electricity costs vary by region. But on average, fueling an electric car costs roughly a third of what it costs to fuel a gasoline-powered car, according to the Department of Energy.
    (Department of Energy)

By Anthony Ingram, Guest blogger   
posted June 13, 2013 at 8:04 am EDT

It isn't easy to compare gasoline and electric vehicles.

Sure, you can look at EPA stickers, sit in them and appreciate the way they drive, but comparing like-for-like on an economic basis is requires some thought.

The U.S. Department of Energy has simplified the process with its new eGallon calculator, showing potential electric vehicle drivers just how much cheaper it is to run one than the equivalent gasoline vehicle.

The DoE describes an eGallon as "the cost of fueling a vehicle with electricity compared to a similar vehicle that runs on gasoline".

Most people know that the power coming from a plug costs less than the fuel you pour into a car, even if that car will travel further each time you fill it up. But like-for-like, how much cheaper is electricity?

Around three times, is the answer.

The eGallon calculator takes the average miles-per-gallon figure of a new vehicle--28.2 for comparable 2012 model-year cars--and then calculates how much it would cost to drive an electric car the same distance. Simple.

The U.S. average for each is currently $3.65 for a gasoline vehicle, and just $1.14 for an eGallon.

A drop-down box lets you pick your comparison state-by-state, since gas and electricity costs vary around the country.

The DoE's press release also notes something else important when considering the difference in running costs: While the price of an eGallon has remained very similar over the past decade or so, gasoline prices have been incredibly erratic. A gasoline vehicle that seems cheap to run on one day may be incredibly expensive the next--but electric vehicles are largely immune to such fluctuations.

Electric cars have other benefits too, of course, not least those on a macroeconomic scale.

"Instead of spending $1 billion a day on foreign oil," explains Dan Leistikow, Director, Office of Public Affairs at the DoE, "...with electric vehicles and other technologies we can power our cars, homes and businesses with American energy."

Have a play with the eGallon calculator here, and see how little an electric car would cost to run in your state.
http://rss.csmonitor.com/~r/feeds/csm/~3/r02KQ5nZKgA/eGallon-Find-out-what-it-costs-drive-an-electric-car :icon_study:

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Re: Official EV Thread
« Reply #29 on: June 13, 2013, 06:31:22 AM »
Interesting side question...how do we pay for road maintenance when there's no fuel tax revenue?

Tax is about 50 cents a gallon now. Will we raise that to subsidize electric vehicles even further? Maybe I should drop by the Tesla dealership and see what kind of trade I can get on my Mercedes.
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