Electric-drive cars should fuel, charging is ‘dead end,’ says NanoFlowcell

By [email protected] (John Voelcker) Well, here’s a novel idea for electric-car fans to kick off the week with. Zero-emission cars powered by electric motors shouldn’t use batteries that can be recharged, because a public charging network is “a dead end.” Instead, they should use flow-cell batteries that can be “refueled” in minutes at centralized filling stations. DON’T MISS: ‘Flow…

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