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Old 26th July 2017, 10:00   #11 (permalink)
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We install the chargers they are normally between 3 & 6 kw enough in the average road will certainly keep the pathways clear of ice. I do wonder if lucky Liam and his man friend have just recently invested in battery technology.

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Even now they have street lights that can charge cars. Each driver has an account with the company that feeds them, the charge point can detect which car it is and the account is debited accordingly.
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Our street lamps switch off at night , in a close of 144 houses there are 21 numbered streetlights . and i guess at least 2 cars minimum per dwelling , so ?

I apologise for being so negative ( pun ) but battery technology is extremely difficult to harness and very expensive , currebtly battery pack cost thousands of pounds and last about 5 years if utilised daily , with ever diminishing capacity after 3 years.

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So....you live in a snobby area!!!!

Pah! 2 cars each! fancy street lights!

On an estate I lived on it wasn't uncommon for those who had been cut off to reconnect their lecky to a street light
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Our street lamps switch off at night , in a close of 144 houses there are 21 numbered streetlights . and i guess at least 2 cars minimum per dwelling , so ?

I apologise for being so negative ( pun ) but battery technology is extremely difficult to harness and very expensive , currebtly battery pack cost thousands of pounds and last about 5 years if utilised daily , with ever diminishing capacity after 3 years.

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Streetlights that switch off at night? Isn't that a bit of a chocolate teapot? The light may switch off but the charger doesn't need to.
Have you looked at Tesla's power wall for houses? in my view, by 2040 the car will store energy for the house.
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I am never quite so sure re these predictions for how we will live in decades ahead

You only need to look at Tv programmes etc in the 1970s predicting we would all be going about in flying cars and holidays on the moon by the 1990s
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These walls are on the market now, wish I could have bought into this in Turkey. We have a 4kW PV system coupled to a 16kWh battery system. The batteries in a Tesla S are 90kWh
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Cant see it happening by then.

The electricity grid couldn't cope, 31 million cars trying to charge.
Say 200 chargers for each tower block of flats.
Off street parking, cables everywhere.
What power required for a 44 tonner lorry.

I wont be around then But I bet they are not all electric in 23 years time, at best the technology will have advanced but not for a complete changeover.
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Our street lamps switch off at night , in a close of 144 houses there are 21 numbered streetlights . and i guess at least 2 cars minimum per dwelling , so ?

I apologise for being so negative ( pun ) but battery technology is extremely difficult to harness and very expensive , currebtly battery pack cost thousands of pounds and last about 5 years if utilised daily , with ever diminishing capacity after 3 years.

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Your street would need 1 megawatts (1,000,000) to simultaneously charge 1 car per household, I then ran that through a cable size calculator and it just laughed at me.
I would dread to think of the voltage drop on the network, 30 minutes for a kettle to boil ?

A 90 Kw Tesla wall might give 1 charge on a small battery but would take 23 hours of full sun to recharge the wall using your 4 Kw Solar PV system IA.

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