Driving an electric car every day

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Re: Driving an electric car every day




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by sicetaitsimple » 27/12/23, 14:48

Hey, Germany is waiving the bonus for the purchase of an EV, a priori a year before the date initially planned
https://www.francetvinfo.fr/monde/envir ... 54067.html
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by phil59 » 27/12/23, 19:43

I really hope that it will be stopped, now that the price of EVs is falling, and that we put EV "plugs" at the foot of buildings instead.

At least we will have the real price of EVs.
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by sicetaitsimple » 27/12/23, 20:18

phil59 wrote:I really hope that it will be stopped, now that the price of EVs is falling, and that we put EV "plugs" at the foot of buildings instead.

At least we will have the real price of EVs.

The price of EVs is falling?
What do you call "an EV socket"? A pay terminal?
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by phil59 » 28/12/23, 18:26

Payable, yes, but at a fair price, like 20 cents per kWh, 220V sockets are generally sufficient, T2 terminals would be much better, but much more expensive, and generally, on a 220V socket, in 10A, we put back approximately 100 km, in 8 hours.

Look at the price of an ë-c3, around €23, excluding aid.

A little over 40 kWh of battery, enough to easily cover 250 km on the road in summer, 200 in winter, and more when driving economically!

Fast charging, at 80 kW (40 times a 220V socket), for charging on long journeys.

And the decline is not over.

It will be accessible, for households doing at least 30 km per day, to go to work, €54, subject to income, but the limit is not too low, over 36 months, and 45 km in 000 years.

Suffice to say, at €54 per month, and doing 15 km per year, the car costs nothing, compared to a thermal car.
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by sicetaitsimple » 28/12/23, 19:27

OK, seen, very good.
But I have serious doubts about anyone's desire to scatter even basic charging stations on public roads.
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by perplex » 29/12/23, 11:03

The ideal is to have a terminal at home at 0.18 cts per kWh, it is not expensive for the moment but above all fast, 50% of the battery in 3,5 hours or around 35 kWh for €6 (200km ) ...

If you travel around your home, say 150 km, your personal charge is sufficient. There are terminals almost everywhere with a map that shows you where they are (I didn't believe it) in my village there are 7 (stadium, town hall, public square), but you put 2 kWh in 2 hours it's troubleshooting, and the price is around 0.60 cts per kWh... Large stores are also equipped with it around the same price.
Yesterday at the cinema 0.48 cts. In short, no charging problems if everyone charges at home, the problem remains long journeys (holidays and others)
I've had the beast for 2 months and I made a super charger once at 1cts the first week. I'm leaving in 0.28 days to do a little over 15 km, I'm going to see the adventure. (I'm not worried).
I don't see EV as an economy...It's more like another world.
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Re: Driving an electric car every day




by Macro » 29/12/23, 11:17

phil59 wrote:
And the decline is not over.

It will be accessible, for households doing at least 30 km per day, to go to work, €54, subject to income, but the limit is not too low, over 36 months, and 45 km in 000 years.

Suffice to say, at €54 per month, and doing 15 km per year, the car costs nothing, compared to a thermal car.


This is not a price reduction, it is just another financial package of various subsidies....
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 29/12/23, 11:19

And we pay for it! From the beginning....
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by Macro » 29/12/23, 11:22

I don't spit in it... My C zero macron was financed quite well... Or rather he bought me a magnificent Alfa 156sw jtd which was 20 years old and 400 km... A very good price
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