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Battery costs could keep a brake on electric car developments

Paul Buckley
1/13/2010 12:00 PM EST

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ReneCardenas
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re: Battery costs could keep a brake on electric car developments
ReneCardenas   4/1/2011 12:41:54 AM
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However you are moving the polution from one place to another, there is not such thing as zero-footprint batteries. There are always side-effects to all man-made energy sources. Look what is happening in Japan, there was an assumption that even nuclear was mature and polution free. But surprise the genie is out

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re: Battery costs could keep a brake on electric car developments
ManasK.RayChaudhuri   8/18/2010 11:00:05 AM
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BATTERY OPERATED VEHICLES WILL BE HELPING A CLEANER AND ECO-FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE.IT WOULD SPECIALLY REDUCE SOME DISEASES IN DENSELY POPULATED CITIES.

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