Nano-Powered Car Batteries
Anyone who has ever had a cell phone or flashlight die at exactly the wrong time knows that batteries can be tricky things. We love them because they provide us with guilt-free, relatively inexpensive power—but we don't trust them. And that gives you pause when thinking about battery-run cars. We might love the idea of a clean source of energy, but no one wants to find themselves stuck on the highway at 3 a.m. when their electric car runs out of juice. But Joel Schindall believes he has the solution.
To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.
If you believe that you may have received this message in error please let us know.
- Tesla Unveils ‘World’s Fastest Production Car’ and Electric Big Rig
- Norway Idea to Exit Oil Stocks Is ‘Shot Heard Around the World’
- Getting a Dog May Save Your Life, Especially If You’re Single
- The Questionable Math Behind Manafort’s Extravagant Home Renovations
- Musk Dusts Off the Fundraising Playbook With Semi, Roadster Orders