Re: [hreg] Altair technologies - Battery- 160 email@example.com secs.
- At 06:33 AM 1/8/2008 -0800, you wrote:
> William - could that battery be used forYes, but the cost is MUCH greater than a comparative lead system for same
>a home solar system or wind power system?
The lithiums are much lighter in weight and can deliver more amps in a
burst than the leads currently in my car. the dragster in the story could
not have reached the same speed with lead batteries because of weight.
I drive a electric car every day and cant wait to swap out the lead batts
for some lithiums.
><stangfam@swbell.> wrote: Hello all,
>With a new year comes Hope in the shape of a battery. Perhaps the
>future of the electric car is closer!!
>I am posting these links in hopes of positive debates and a shift in
>the way we think about personal transportation. What started this
>inquiry is the man who walks my neighborhood (also named Bill) that
>works for ERCOT. We have had friendly discussions about the need for
>renewables and inventions. Economically the 2 MW battery used for
>frequency balancing on the grid is really viable. Bill
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