The Collapse of Common Sense: Preservation of Big Oil and the Big Three Automakers. In 2003 qFreedomCARq (Freedom Cooperative Automotive Research) was created as a public-private partnership between the United States Department of Energy, BP America, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, Shell Hydrogen, and The United States Council for Automotive Research (USCAR - a partnership among Daimler/Chrysler, Ford Motor Company and General Motors). What are the oil and automotive corporations doing together? What happened to Toyota's RAV4-EV program that produced 100% electric sports utility vehicles (that's right, SUV's!) that are still running, today, at a cost of two cents per mile? Engineer Nevres Cefo shows how Americans are being systematically misinformed and trapped with only one choice for their future transportation needs: the internal combustion engine and liquid fuels. Can we change the course of where we are going and how we get there? Yes we can, and Cefo shows you how to do it.as of January 2009.107 Other than battery reliability, the major concern about EVs is the range, or number of miles they can go, on a single charge. ... to work is 30 miles.108 Since a round trip commute is well within the average range estimates by owners of RAV4-EVs, ... 2008, http://www.forbes.com/2008/05/19/ gas-mileage-employees-lead- careers-cx_tw_0519commute.html (accessed April 19, 2009).
|Title||:||Two Cents Per Mile: Will President Obama Make It Happen with the Stroke of a Pen?|
|Publisher||:||NEVLIN LLC - 2009-06|