Protecting the environment and our atmosphere means using green energy and fuel sources, and this is exactly what nanotechnology batteries used in electric cars provides. Nanotechnology has advanced to the point where electric cars are much more efficient and convenient than they used to be, and there is not a need to recharge frequently or be limited to a small distance. Electric cars are one option for a fossil fuel free future, and nanotechnology batteries make this option a very real possibility. The future of transportation in America, and across the globe, may include electrical recharge stations instead of gas stations, and an energy grid may be developed to allow electric cars to be charged during hours with low demand instead of peak hours where electricity is in very high demand. The end of oil based fuels is near, and alternative energy methods must be perfected before this happens. Until nanotechnology batteries were developed, electric cars did not show much promise as a major alternative. Since nanotechnology has been used together with batteries, however, the electric cars of the future may become very efficient, and be a major transportation source for many people including Americans.
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