NanoFlowcell Makes the Case its Technology Has EVs Beat Hands Down

By Jon LeSage Battery electric vehicles are hitting a “dead end” compared to the zero emission electric motor powered by NanoFlowcell technology, says an executive at the company.
Charging can take hours, but flow-cell batteries can be “refueled” in minutes at centralized filling stations. This argument is being made by Nunzio La Vecchia, chief technology officer of NanoFlowcell Holdings, and inventor of the NanoFlowcell technology for energy storage.
In a blog post, “Full Speed Ahead Up a Dead End,” on the NanoFlowcell website, La Vecchia makes the case that the current model of battery-electric vehicles and public and private charging stations is “close to collapse.”

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