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Before 2009, a 100-mile range electric battery cost ,000.NV Energy also showcased some of its electric-powered fleet vehicles, including a tool truck and a service rig with an electric cherry-picker lift basket.Discussion Panel and Speakers Introductory speakers included Tina Quigley, General Manager of the Southern Nevada Regional Transportation Commission, Joe Reynolds, Chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, and Pat Egan, Senior Vice President of Renewable Energy and Smart Infrastructure at NV Energy.Egan, a former member of the Oregon Transportation Commission, saw the benefits of promoting electric vehicles in that state, in order to make it a leader in EV technology adoption.
These included reduced pollutant emissions, improved health environment, cheaper quality transportation, support for vehicle electrification, and development of strategic charging station infrastructure.
Up to 80 percent of the energy in the battery is transferred directly to power the car, compared with only 14-26 percent of the energy from gasoline-powered vehicles. Unlike gasoline-powered vehicles, electric cars emit no tailpipe pollutants when running on electricity — cleaning the air we breathe and helping automakers meet the Obama Administration’s new fuel economy and emissions standards. The battery technologies in almost all of the electric vehicles on the road today were created with support from the Energy Department, which also played a key role in the development of today’s lithium-ion batteries.