EV >>>—Vehicles-October-02-17–&-Beyond——->

By Gr8Full!, October 2, 2017

How do we get there? >>>—Water, Air, Earth, Fire——->
#Inspired by Dad, Arch1, Griffin, HendrixNuzzles, #ZKSS, Robert Friedland, Matt Bohlsen
o ”LOVE is all that matters. Love IS all there is…” ~ Dad, Hours after flight! 😉
o ”Sums it up. just like a coffee maker. Clean out used grounds and repeat as needed. Espresso Scandium or Cobalt.” ~ ARTH1 https://www.stockgumshoe.com/2017/02/microblog-scandium-cobalt-and-water-purification-cleanteq-holdings/comment-page-9/#comment-4952887
o ”There are a lot of analysts predicting a cobalt shortage for lithium-ion batteries… Elons’ offer was a stink bid. 🙂 ” ~ Griffin
o HendrixNuzzles – https://www.stockgumshoe.com/2017/02/microblog-scandium-cobalt-and-water-purification-cleanteq-holdings/
o #ZKSS – https://www.stockgumshoe.com/author/dr-kss-md-phd/ #BestoftheBest #ZKSS
o “I’m giving you a stock tip. Buy CleanTeQ !” ~ Robert Friedland | CleanTeq > Robert Friedland 16% Jiang Zhaobai 16% thru control of Pengxin
o Towering icebergs in Greenland / Photo by @danielkordan https://twitter.com/EarthPix/status/914139567355305989
o EV Company News For The Month Of September 2017 https://seekingalpha.com/article/4110953-ev-company-news-month-september-2017 ~ Matt Bohlsen
o China’s Tibet opened first air ambulance center on Saturday with two helicopters that can carry a patient for up to 600 km https://twitter.com/PDChina/status/914758262834184192
o Blazing a New Future… https://ignyta.com/ | Fabulous Ingenuity Rarely Exhibited https://www.pinterest.com/pin/324540716887526896/ | 1st In Road Evolution -Fire
o Mexico is planning on building its own Hyperloop -Alexandra Appolonia/Sep 30, 2017 https://flipboard.com/@flipboard/-mexico-is-planning-on-building-its-own-/f-82bd51579c%2Fbusinessinsider.com? ht https://twitter.com/RickKing16/status/914768671255523330
o The 2017 #NobelPrize #Medicine “for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm” https://twitter.com/NobelPrize/status/91478561816467456
This DISCLAIMER applies: https://www.stockgumshoe.com/disclaimer/ Long #ZKSS and the GREAT Gummunity! >>>—Best2ALL——->

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sunriverjoe
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Ben – Thanks for setting this up. I have a strong interest in EV & especially autonomous EV which I think are not that far off. Here’s the Global Auto Exec Survey – no facts, just what the industry execs think will happen. Go down the page to link for PDF file.
https://home.kpmg.com/xx/en/home/insights/2017/01/global-automotive-executive-survey-2017.html

thinairmony
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Don’t know Ben, but I agree. Great vibes in here! From my reading Ben has the handle SoGiAm with the Thunder Bird Avatar, I take it? Let me know if I’m doing anything wrong with out a -TD. Let me have some practice swings if that’s O.K

sunriverjoe
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I have a bunch of related pdf’s that I’ve found on the internet and I think are worth reading. Is there a way to post a pdf or could we use the Gummie Dropbox for this, or?
Thanks, Joe

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New Dropbox Folder – Electric Vehicles I just set up a new folder in the Gummie Dropbox (with a lot of trepidation since it’s otherwise all about biotechs and I do NOT want to offend anyone in this fantastic Gummunity.) There are a series of 6 articles by KPMG in a separate folder and 3 others. All these articles are mostly about autonomous EV’s and maybe should be in a subfolder so labeled – let me know if you think so and I’ll fix. I suggest reading the Rethink-X report first and you’ll understand my focus on autonomous when thinking… Read more »

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Lulu
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Thanks for the link to the KPMG Global exec survey. Very interesting to read how infrastructure must change before electric/hydrogen become reality. Dad ran his car/motorhome on hydrogen for years. He gratefully no longer drives for public safety reasons.
What I found confusing are the terms ‘inacceptable and ‘unconfident’ used by the writers……anyone?

sunriverjoe
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sunriverjoe

Dropbox Folder
I just added a couple more files to the EV folder. One is Random Notes – it’s a Word doc of random thoughts by me as I attempted to coalesce my thinking on A-EV (autonomous electric vehicles). Enjoy if you wish, but remember, it’s blathering (as Travis would say) by someone trying to understand, NOT an expert.
Cheers, Joe

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A question was posted on another column about the cost recharging an EV. The question came about by the announcement from Shell Oil that they were going to have recharging stations at their service stations. The announcement was in this article; https://seekingalpha.com/article/4110953-ev-company-news-month-september-2017?uprof=46&isDirectRoadblock=true I didn’t have an answer for the question so I googled ‘Shell oil charging station’ and came up with with link(one of many); https://electrek.co/2017/09/27/shell-new-electric-car-charging-gas-stations/ I find this quite interesting, does anybody remember the old service stations that while your gas tank was filling you got your oil checked, windshield washed, tires checked. Recycling EV batteries where to go.… Read more »

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thinairmony
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$GM NP- Oct. 2, 2017 1:02 PM ET About: General Motors Company (GM)|By: Clark Schultz, SA News Editor General Motors (NYSE:GM) says it will introduce two new all-electric models derived from the Chevrolet Bolt EV within 18 months. The company has a long range plan to unveil 20 different all-electric models by 2023.”General Motors believes in an all-electric future,” says product development boss Mark Reuss. “Although that future won’t happen overnight, GM is committed to driving increased usage and acceptance of electric vehicles through no-compromise solutions that meet our customers’ needs,” he adds. Previously: GM +4% on buzz over autonomous… Read more »

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Griffin

$FYI – Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell trucks put to work in Port of LA pilot

“Toyota has hydrogen fuel cell transport trucks that generate no local emissions, and that have 670 horsepower and an 80,000 lb total weight capacity. The powertrain includes two of Toyota’s Mirai fuel cells, and a 12kWh battery charged by the cells. Toyota is now running a concept version of the truck along pilot routes that run around 200 miles per day, moving good between depots in the Port of LA and Long Beach.”

Full article –
https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/toyota-apos-hydrogen-fuel-cell-134511822.html

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$FYI – Shell preps for the future with acquisition of EV charging network

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-newmotion-m-a-shell/shell-buys-newmotion-charging-network-in-first-electric-vehicle-deal-idUSKBN1CH1QV

Do we have EV charging here besides at home or work seems Europe is a little ahead of us in green.

thinairmony
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BMW and Chinese Great Wall may may have a joint venture with mini cooper, here is link https://global.handelsblatt.com/companies-markets/building-e-minis-in-china-839910

Lulu
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No Ticker: A silver-trader not liking e-cars…..what does the gummune think, please? Thanks
http://moneytalks.net/article-and-commentary/todays-best-money-making-ideas/energy/20612-coal-fueled-teslas.html

Griffin
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I think he is a silver trader trying to drum up business from climate deniers. There are no sources for any of the information presented so it is all his opinion. It’s not that there arn’t problems with EV there are but there is no case made that they can’t be solved. The article is totally negative which says he has an ax to grind.

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After reading above link it got me thinking about my years of working and remembering the stand up forklifts that where driven by our logistics personnel keeping the assembly line filled 24/7 with subbed sequenced parts for building diesel engines at Caterpillars S.C. facility. Well the batteries where switched out when charge was getting low with charged ones on a automated roller system. I see this being something that cold be used as EV’s become more populated. Bad part and costly part will be making EV’s compatible to make this convenient. The charging of batteries is the biggest thorn in… Read more »

GET_SMART
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Future EV owners will have 2 batteries on on charge or waiting for current battery in EV to run low for exchanging out for new one. The home battery charger will charge solarly. Change with auto battery charging system I have under patent protection from infringement.

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Range Anxiety is being replaced with Recharging Delays. How do you replace such a huge EV battery pack that takes up the floor of the car? Cannot imagine doing it manually. Those batteries are the very expensive too. Expecting consumers willing to buy a second expensive battery (likely a theft target) is not most people want to buy. Consumers want fast charging at ubiquitous locations so that they can drive as far as they want with the fast “refueling” they are accustom to with gas cars. Having a second battery at home is not going to help with distant travel.

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There is also the phenomenon of gas cars occupying public parking spaces designated for charging EV cars.! Especially at hotels where EV drivers expect to power up overnight, but find gas cars parked in the charging spot! There is no law against it. You know those hotel parking lots get tight by bedtime.

thinairmony
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Keeping the batteries secure with in the charging and swap out system will be anti theft proof it will not be a issue. All systems will be set and will be covered, the entire system will be handled by certified technicians. This will be a total major change and the Internet of things will be the infrastructure that will make it all happen,.

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Keeping the batteries secure with in the charging and swap out system will be anti