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Smart Mobility: Electronics technology applied to smart mobility with low impact to the environment, Part 9

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StephenGiderson
StephenGiderson
9/27/2018 8:39:16 AM
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Re: Electronic bus
We can handle a situation in two different ways but each approach has its own pros and cons. Electric vehicles have been around for quite some time now and the industry is evolving as we speak. We can reduce our carbon footprint when travelling in them but electricity is yet another industry that we would have to tap on. We are sacrificing another resource to make room for yet another and the whole situation carries on in a chain cycle.

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mehdi1973us
mehdi1973us
4/25/2018 9:27:26 AM
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Electronic bus
For sure electrinic buses are useful and environment freindly, but the source of power and battery is the most issue.

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