"Before you "Go Green & Go ELECTRIC, you absolutely need to read this book. All you need to know...It's all there and more". Zan Zolit January 6, 2011
Electric Vehicle EV: The Second Coming is full of insights about the EV, converting a gas car to electric, EV options and alternative energy.
There is lots of information about "how clean" EV energy sources really are and the choices the reader can make. The author addressed "range anxiety", revenge of the EV, The EV Act and new jobs opportunity such as the "Ev-Electrician".
Besides the Step by Step conversion process, the book offers practical tips for energy conservation and DIY guide for building a solar panel. A comprehensive glossary of terms and very useful resources directory/links are provided in closing.
Overall a simple, basic but well written book/guide that can be of great benefits to someone who thought about going green and electric but needed the necessary information and nudge to take the leap.
_A good addition to any respectable library
_Highly recommended and well worth the money.
By driving clean, you are actually paying 1 PENNY per mile as opposed to 20 cents using a gas car, based on an average of $4 per gallon....and rising....LEARN MORE. GET A COPY now!
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About the Author
This is the results of almost ten years of review, compilation of data, information and knowledge accumulated from readings, researches, audio-visual materials review, internet blogs and forums participation.
Dr. Y Ev also adapted some of the many articles and contents published online through different sites he developed for acquisition.
Read the book to learn basic information about the Electric Vehicle-EV, EV conversion and alternative energy sources.
We all need to participate so the world can become less polluted, global warming reduced and addiction to oil lessened. It is good for the environment, your health, and more importantly it saves you a lot of money.
Convert to EV, let's go green...let's go electric!
Your EvPal. Jan 1st, 2011