Where do you get these batteries 80% off. I paid $1.20 an Ah in 2009. I need 
some $0.24 per Ah batteries.

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> On Feb 3, 2019, at 8:36 PM, brucedp5 via EV <ev@lists.evdl.org> wrote:
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> http://www.ktvn.com/story/39888302/new-study-finds-electric-vehicles-could-help-nevada-economy-in-multiple-ways
> New Study Finds Electric Vehicles Could Help Nevada Economy in Multiple Ways
> January 31st 2019  Brandon Fuhs
> 
> [video  
> http://www.ktvn.com/clip/14751220/electric-cars-nevada-economy
> Daniel - Electric vehicles fall
> ]
> 
> About two percent of new vehicles purchased in Nevada are electric vehicles,
> according to a study by the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP).
> While that number may seem small, it grew 80 percent just in 2018.
> 
> Electric Cars Nevada Economy
> 
> About two percent of new vehicles purchased in Nevada are electric vehicles,
> according to a study by the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP).
> While that number may seem small, it grew 80 percent just in 2018.
> 
> According to the study, Nevadans who drive electric vehicles save an average
> of 1,264 dollars a year in gas and maintenance costs.
> 
> Matt Frommer, who conducted the study for SWEEP, says over the last nine
> years, the price of lithium ion batteries dropped about 80 percent. That's
> the main contributor to cost reduction for electric vehicles.
> 
> "You combine the tax credits and the lower cost of lithium ion batteries,"
> Frommer says. "Those are becoming affordable in the mid-20 [thousands]."
> 
> He says as time goes on, and with the growing popularity, the market for
> used electric cars is growing as well.
> 
> "Today you can buy a used 2015 Nissan Leaf for under 10 thousand dollars,"
> Frommer says.
> 
> According to the study Nevada has the cleanest grid in the nation. That
> means the electricity produced in the state in cleaner than all the other
> states.
> 
> "An electric vehicle is only as green as the grid that charges it, and if
> that grid is full of coal, it's about equivalent with greenhouse gas
> emissions [as a gas vehicle,]" Frommer says. "Compare an electric vehicle to
> a gas powered car in Nevada, driving an EV is like driving a car that gets
> 101 miles per gallon from a greenhouse gas perspective."
> 
> If Ballot Question 6 in 2018 passes again in 2020, then 50 percent of the
> energy Nevada produces must be renewable by 2030. Frommer says if that's the
> case, electric vehicles would get more than 200 miles per gallon from a
> greenhouse gas perspective.
> 
> Air Quality Management Chief for the Washoe County Health District Daniel
> Inouye says the Environmental Protection Agency has a threshold of particles
> in the air to measure air quality. He says Washoe County normally sits just
> below that threshold. But if the county were to rise above it, they would
> have to set up programs to improve air quality, which could cost.
> 
> He also says that threshold is considered unsafe for breathing, and poor air
> quality could turn businesses away from the area.
> 
> "What that could mean is our area, whether it's our county or state, is less
> attractive for new business to come to or expand," Inouye says.
> 
> Inouye says the growing population in northern Nevada is certainly
> contributing to more fuel emissions, so handling the growth in population is
> vital to keeping air quality high. He says cars and trucks are the leading
> cause of air pollution, so electric vehicles are certainly an improvement.
> But building infrastructure that promotes other means of transportation can
> effective as well.
> 
> "So instead of driving a car we're able to bike or walk," Inouye says.
> "Those are the best transportation methods because they have zero tailpipe
> emissions."
> 
> Charging stations can be a concern for some potential buyers, but the state
> is currently constructing an "electric highway," where a total of 38
> high-rate charging stations will be built between Reno and Las Vegas.
> High-rate charging stations would fully charge any vehicle in 10 to 15
> minutes. It's set to be done in the next few years.
> 
> Still, there are other areas of need. Assemblywoman Sarah Peters of the 24th
> district says there are no charging stations between Carson City and Fallon,
> which makes it less viable for residents in the area, and employees at the
> Tahoe Reno Industrial Complex, to buy an electric car.
> 
> Peters brought up the state's effort to build wi-fi infrastructure in rural
> areas as one of the possible avenues to bring charging stations to rural
> areas. Combining infrastructure projects could expedite charging station
> construction across the state.
> [© ktvn.com]
> 
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> https://which-50.com/auspost-invests-in-1000-new-electric-vehicles-to-handle-online-shopping-boom/
> AusPost invests in 1,000 new electric vehicles to handle online shopping
> boom
> February 1, 2019  Australia Post will add 1,000 three-wheeled electric
> vehicles (eDVs) to its fleet to help cope with the increasing volume of
> parcels being delivered across ...
> https://images.which-50.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/AusPost-Electric-vehicle--1263x560.jpg
> ...
> https://www.tandlnews.com.au/2019/02/01/article/australia-post-to-operate-australias-largest-electric-vehicle-fleet/
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