Sigh, good luck with that.

Can it be done? Probably.

What would it cost? A fortune.

Al


In places where grid capacity is limited, flywheel batteries can be deployed
to provide the powerful surge of electricity needed to recharge a car
battery quickly. The current produced is strong enough to charge a battery
in ten minutes, according to a promotional video by the startup.

With this technology, Chakratec hopes to make electric vehicle charging
stations commerically viable in rural areas—that is, cheaper to build and
operate where upgrading the grid for fast electric vehicle charging can be
prohibitively expensive.

A $4.4-million funding round announced Sunday will help the startup test its
energy storage system as part of three pilots with European electric
utilities.



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