Wednesday, November 14, 2007

3000 lb.“Plug-in Hybrid” recharges from 110v. household outlet also supplies power to grid

The "Gasoline Crisis" occurred during the 1970's. Thirty years is a long time to still be dependent on a finite commodity -- oil (dead dinosaurs) -- to fuel our vehicles. Short of using it until completely gone, what will cause us to diversify? Abundant and cheap gasoline seems to reward this bad behavior.

Q: What do PG&E, Toyota, and Google have in common?
A: V2G (vehicle-to-grid) technology research, and more -- not cheap gasoline.

You can read it: or see section: Recharge the Grid

Consumers could expect reasonable operating costs -- from vehicle manufacturers. Wish not for cheap gasoline, but small and large vehicles that will operate cheaply