Stanford Develops Technology to Charge EVs While in Motion
Magnetic-resonance system could solve range anxiety.
I drive an electric car as my daily driver and don’t have any range anxiety. My car has a range of about 70 miles but since I only drive about 35-40 miles (22 round trip to work, 11 round trip to the gym and an errand) per day I have no worries. I plug it in when I get home and when I come out the next day, the batteries are full. Cost for electricity is about $0.03 per mile, the power plants are cleaner than virtually all cars, and no money to the middle east. If I need to take a trip longer that the range of my electric vehicle I drive my gas car. Life with an electric vehicle is great.
Yeah, that's it charge while-u-drive!! Great technology!! Probably will work. Got one question. Who's gonna pay for it? In this country today, we haven't got the money to pave a highway, let alone plant underground lines. Oh, there is a way, but we might have to cut back on a few new schools or road projects in Afghanistan!!
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