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    How wireless charging could boost the electric car

    Hey, with electric cars, you will be able to drive along roads, or charge in your garage, or town parking space where sensors are imbedded !

    With enough sensors, this could be the answer for electric cars to be 'the norm for a town or even a country car' ?

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programme...ne/9708468.stm

    Imagine driving an electric car that recharges its batteries as it's being driven along the road.
    It may seem a distant dream but as Dan Simmons reports, the technology that allows electric toothbrushes to charge without wires is being developed to provide power for a whole range of devices

    Ranald

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    Re: How wireless charging could boost the electric car

    Electric cars will be viable technology when someone develops a new storage device that relegates the lead acid battery to museums.

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    Re: How wireless charging could boost the electric car

    We need to generate these types of things which save energy and may be money. This technological innovation is under use but it leads to very less to the energy preserving from now on.
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