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August 19, 2009


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When it comes to the question of infastructure, I believe the electric cars are the best choice. Okay so if you live in an appartment, as you mentioned, you have a slight challenge, but it's easily resovled. Charging stations, who rent out space overnight, can accomdate you. There is already a grid, that expands everywhere, including the rural areas. Besides that, one could use solar power, or wind, to implement a charging station anywhere.

Also, now that you can build your own electric car kit to convert your car, for about $300, and I think the electric car is the future.

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