Saturday, November 14, 2009

Why Electric? Why Lithium? - EV Innovations, Inc. TNR.v, CZX.v, SQM, FMC, ROC, TTM, TM, WLC.v, LI.v, RNO, NSANY, GOOG, AAPL, RIMM, BMW, DAI, BYDDY, F,

With Nissan Leaf on North American tour and International Lithium on its roadshow we decided that it is time to find out new innovative companies which are working already to make Green Mobility revolution happen. We do not invest in this company and even warn you to be very careful with OTC market in U.S., which is much less strictly regulated than Venture TSX in Canada - we stay with our Lithium and REE plays, but success of green mobility depends on hundreds of small innovative companies which will bring new ideas to electric cars and infrastructure development. Mass market will not happen without major players and that is why Nissan Electric Car awareness promotion is so important, but smaller players will bring to the market necessary adaptation, geographical and product diversity in use of lithium-ion technology for electric vehicles.

Company Profile

"EV Innovations, Inc., (OTCBB: EVII) was incorporated in Nevada in 2000 and is a development stage technology company that is focusing its resources and efforts on the development and marketing of lithium-powered vehicles and products, as well as on commercial and residential properties. Everything from scooters, bicycles, mopeds, motorcycles, cars and homes are being converted successfully to zero-emission, lithium-powered vehicles and facilities.
EV Innovations opened a fully owned subsidiary in India on May 14, 2008 to create greater in-house capabilities for R&D and to tap the vast knowledge pool of engineers in India.
Why Electric?

In an all-electric car, high energy density and light weight rechargeable lithium ion batteries are used. The batteries can be charged simply by using household electricity outlets which are discharged to power electric motors with zero emissions.
Electric cars are very reliable and maintenance free. There is no need of oil changes and filter change and tuning. Electric Vehicles have fewer than 1/10th as many parts as a gas car. There's no engine, transmission, spark plugs, valves, fuel tank, tailpipe, distributor, starter, clutch, muffler or catalytic converter.
The best way to reduce carbon emissions is to utilize the ever cleaner, greener, more renewable grid to power transportation. Only grid-rechargeable cars can attain the end goal of zero-emissions and ensure fuel price stability.

Why Battery Electric Vehicle and Not Fuel Cell?

Fuel Cells consumes 4 times as much electricity per mile as similarly sized Battery Electric Vehicle.
Fuel Cells require electricity to compress Hydrogen.
Fuel Cells-Hydrogen emits 12.5 kg of Carbon-di-Oxide per kg of Hydrogen produced.
Driving range of Battery Electric Vehicle is 2 times compared to Fuel Cell Vehicle using same vehicle weight.
Fuel Cell Vehicle fueling and system is complicated compared to Battery Electric Vehicle plug-in system.
Fuel cell hydrogen tank safety is a major concern.
Plugin Vehicle Facts

Battery Electric Vehicles (EVs) are by far the most efficient vehicles in the world.
According to the Department of Energy, enough excess generating capacity exists at night in the U.S. to charge 180 million EVs without adding any new capacity.
All of our electricity is domestic except for a small percentage from Canada.
Most people worldwide waste more electricity in their homes than they would use to drive their cars.
We will never fight a war over electricity.
Driving on electricity from the U.S. grid is far cleaner than driving on oil.
A survey of EV owners found that 48% of them used solar energy to power their houses and cars.
EVs by the millions could be built today.
Plug-in cars capable of 50 miles per day would meet the needs of 80% of the American driving public. Source: U.S. Department of Transportation
Mooresville, NC
November 13, 2009
EV Innovations Inc. (OTCBB: EVII), 21st Century Design & Engineering of emission-free automotive propulsion systems using the latest lithium battery technology, is pleased to announce that it has just completed the conversion of a 12,000 GVWR (class 3) cab and Chassis truck to all electric lithium ion."
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