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  • Re: inductive charging technology

    Imagine being able to refuel your EV in less than a minute without strain on the power grid. Battery swap. Lou

    39 minutes ago
  • Re: inductive charging technology

    Inductran patented inductive charging in the 1980. The "Paddle" is also inductive. The inductive highway would have problems if a piece of metal fell on the

    1 hour ago
  • Re: inductive charging technology

    Yet another incompatible charging mechanism. Is plugging in so hard? (Hey, how about hoseless gas filling?) The only use case I've come across is automated

    1 hour ago
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Group list for the Silicon Valley chapter of the Electric Auto Association (EAA). Non-members are welcome to join. EV ownership is not a requirement, just an interest in electric cars, trucks, motorcycles, scooters, bikes, plug-in hybrids (PHEVs), hybrids, neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs), or other electric vehicles.

Monthly meetings are open to the public. Meetings are usually followed by gathering in the parking lot to poke and prod EVs. Member and visiting vehicles have included Nissan Leafs, the Mitsubishi i, Think City, plug-in Priuses, Chevy S-10s, Toyota RAV4 EVs, Ford Rangers, conversions, Porsche 914s, Kharmann Ghias, the Tesla Roadster, Sparrows, AC Propulsion's Saturn SC-1 conversion, Nissan LEAFs, Chevy Volts, the Mitsubishi i, electric bikes and motorcycles, and many other vehicles.

Please visit the EAASV web site for more information on the meeting topics, past meetings, and the organization.

Group note: new members' first few posts are moderated to keep spam out of the group. Please expect a delay for your first few posts. Thank you!

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  • Electric Cars
  • Nov 6, 2006
  • English

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