[Oeva-list] Legislative proposals

Tony McCormick tony at notebene.net
Mon Jan 5 10:21:51 PST 2009


US Electric did that in 1980 with the Renault LeCar ...  which is what I 
started with.  Ie: my "conversion" was from 48volt SCR based to 120 Volt 
PWM based... never saw an ICE engine,
--Tony

Nick Galaday wrote:
> Made in Oregon?  How's this idea?  There are quite a number of worthy
> foreign made cars that are not currently marketed in the US.  Most speak
> some version of Latin such as Renault, Citroen, Alfa-Romeo or a couple of
> Spanish models.  It seems to me the fastest, cheapest access to
> manufacturing an EV here would be to import "gliders" (sans factory ICE)
> under a special fleet purchase agreement and electrify them here.  I'm told
> any design would have to be safety tested, requiring a large number of
> prototypes, but why reinvent the entire wheel?  Venture capital anyone?
>
> Nick Galaday
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