A Plug-and-Play Plan for E.V. Batteries - NYTimes.com
The first electric car battery swapping station in Europe opened here last month, the initial site in a network of 24/7 fully automated drive-through stations. There, the lithium-ion battery packs, which weigh about 600 pounds, will be removed from specially designed cars and replaced with a fully charged pack. The swap takes five minutes.

A Plug-and-Play Plan for E.V. Batteries - NYTimes.com

The first electric car battery swapping station in Europe opened here last month, the initial site in a network of 24/7 fully automated drive-through stations. There, the lithium-ion battery packs, which weigh about 600 pounds, will be removed from specially designed cars and replaced with a fully charged pack. The swap takes five minutes.

In the Shadow of Copenhagen: Combining Wind Power And Electric Vehicles In Denmark (via IBMSocialMedia)

While leaders gather in Copenhagen, nearby in the Danish island of Bornholm, a coalition of government, academia and industry are working on an innovative pilot program the EDISON Project — that could provide some unique technical insights to help address that challenge by using wind power to recharge electric vehicles.

IBM joins Edison Project to build smart grid for electric cars

IBM has announced its membership in the EDISON research consortium, a Denmark-based collaborative aimed at developing an intelligent infrastructure that will make possible the large-scale adoption of electric vehicles powered by sustainable energy.

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