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12/20/2013 00:00 AM EST
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DrQuine
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Re: A Modest Proposal with High Margins (Emergency Power)
DrQuine   12/24/2013 11:00:45 PM
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House power demands obviously fluctuate but during peak demand the battery is likely to run down and require the engine. My colleague said he went a week on a Prius and used 5 gallons of gas to power his house so the car probably ran an average of an hour a day. Compared with the noise made by most home generators, the car noise would be quite modest (and the car is already paid for and maintained). People here pay $100 a year for their "portable" generator to be transported to a power equipment dealer for an annual tune-up (which probably costs an additional $100+). They still cannot be depended upon when the power fails and make a great deal of noise.

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Re: Car pools of EVs
cedricfau   1/6/2014 7:09:47 AM
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This kind of service is already available in France. It is called Autolib' and it is deployed in Paris, Lyon and Bordeaux.
There is also the same service with bikes.


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