With COP26 now behind us, BEST begins a four-part series investigating whether the battery technology we have today is adequate, or whether developments are still needed to meet the task of reducing carbon emissions to zero. In the first instalment, technical editor Dr Mike McDonagh explores the capabilities of the technology in electric vehicle applications.
Global sales of EVs in all forms— but specifically the all-electric, the self-charging and the plug-in electric versions— have been less than spectacular. There are several reasons for this, including unknown factors, such . . .