Cars that use electric motors were first designed at the end of the nineteenth century. It took more than hundred years for their comeback after the sounding success story of the combustion engine. Electric drives may be powered by rechargeable batteries – or fuel cells that depend on compressed hydrogen.
Wendover Productions, 2022
Wendover Productions, 2021
Are We There Yet?
The American Automobile: Past, Present, and Driverless
W.W. Norton, 2019
Shared, Electric and Automated Mobility (SEAM) Governance Framework
Prototype for North America and Europe
World Economic Forum, 2019
A “Technology-Smart” Battery Policy Strategy for Europe
Batteries’ inherent characteristics should inform policies.
World Economic Forum, 2017
Economist Films, 2017
Inside the Invention of a Battery to Save the World