Electrical Vehicles and Benefits to the Environment

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Electrical Vehicles and Benefits to the Environment There is a serious problem facing the world right now. It is air pollution. The number one contributor to this epidemic is automobile emissions. We have all heard of the issues that are involved with air pollution including the depletion of the o-zone layer, the green house effect, and acid rain. The problem has been scoped from every imaginable angle, and now it is time to solve the problem. I propose that each of the ‘Big Three’ (Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler) car manufacturers be required to have 10% of their product line as EV’s By the year 2010. I propose this because it will be the start of cleaner air, EV advancement, and awareness of EV’s and how they work. The first step in getting this proposal to become law is to talk with congress people from our own states. We must first let the idea get bounced around before we start to attack to top of the totem pole. In the proposal will be the reasons as to why we are making such a bold statement. The first reason is to achieve cleaner air. Ever since the invention of vehicles, they have been polluters. It started with the horse draw carriages which led to the horses leaving their anal discharge on the roads. Next came the steam engine which burned fuel to heat the boilers and started an era of air pollution. Soon after came the internal combustion engine which worked harder and polluted even more. Not until the early 1900’s was there a trend away from the internal combustion engine. The electric vehicle was “first introduced in England in 1911, for the purpose of urban delivery of milk to households all over the country. The new electric vehicle replaced the outdated horse and cart, h... ... middle of paper ... ...kground to our EV Project” Alternate Power Products Asia Ltd. “Plugging In The Future” ASU RESEARCH, FALL/WINTER 1995 “Charging toward the Future” Copyright 1998 General Motors Corporation “‘Faster Charger’ Shortens Electric Vehicle Recharging Time From Hours To Minutes” Copyright 1998 General Motors Corporation “A Brief History” Johnson Controls Systems
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