Geez, and to think I was concerned about voiding my warranty with just the EV switch...
There is a "farm" of wind generators just off the turnpike in central PA.hyperion said:Do you know personally of any solar or wind projects outside of California in use? ...
That's what I thought too...BIF said:"Log in required."
Ummm, no thanks. Not for "The Times." No longer relevant for me as a news source.
Well, it's simple to calculate....I wonder which is cheaper, a KWH of electricity generated by your car, or a KWH of electricity generated by your local power plant? Well, somebody will know the answer, for sure.
hyperion said:Do you know personally of any solar or wind projects outside of California in use?
There's a large windfarm (around 30 machines) on the Colorado/Wyoming border just 2 miles east of I-25 that's been in use for at least 6 years.
I would LOVE to have a plug-in hybrid that could do these two things: Go at least 50 miles on a single overnight charge and at least 60 MPH. My commute has brief interstate speeds and is about 16 miles round-trip. It'd be great to have that be all-electric, with the gas engine able to get me lots farther for out-of-town trips longer than the 50 mile electric range. And more than one co-worker has said that's EXACTLY what they'd be willing to buy!