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The e-car: Electronics technology applied to sustainable mobility, Part 13

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markgrogan
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4/2/2019 1:44:22 AM
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Well of course we would need to figure out how best to configure a system so that the least amount of power is required by the system. The amount of electrical power can be controlled if we are careful about placement and systems used on the switchboard or anywhere else on the whole network for that matter! We just need to be more diligent about it if we want to increase efficiency!

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