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In this second episode we debunk many of the most common myths about electric cars with Tesla Club Sweden founder and chief editor Tibor Blomhäll.
Please see time codes below to jump to different sections we cover in the podcast and video which can be seen on our Evolution Show on Youtube:
In the next episode we will talk about shared electric mobility and challenges and oppurtunities with self driving technologies with Anna Pernestål.
Anna Pernestål is one of Sweden´s leading experts on self driving technology and Director at Integrated Transport Research Lab (ITRL) at KTH Stockholm, The Royal Institute of Technology
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Time codes for Evolution Show Episode #2 Debunking myths about Electric cars with Tesla Club Sweden/Tibor Blomhäll:
5:03 Tibor Blomhälls price to the Swedish city with the worst charging infrastructure!
7:00 Tibors impressions of his new Tesla Model 3 and his visit to the Tesla Model Y Event in Los Angeles
-differences between the Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model Y
9:35: Old Myths about why the electric cars were outmatched by combustine driven cars in the early 1900´s
11:10 Charging stations all around New York and Manhattan
24:05 Modern myth: Are electric cars more dirty if they run electricity from the average power generation in the world, which still is coal?
32:00 Modern myth: But manufacturing the electric car is worse in terms of enviromnental footprint than making a diesel or petrol car, or?
47:00 The NASA diet- keeping your lithium ion batteries in shape!
56:40 Modern Myth: We will run out of electricity for the grid with millions of electric cars or thousands charging locally at the same time.
69:45 Modern Myth: We will never see an electric car priced like a an average priced or cheap new combustion driven car because the batteries are so expensive to make.
81:00 Modern Myth: The electric car is too silent, it may hurt people that won´t hear it coming!
88:00 Perhaps the biggest challenge for electrificiation really is how we can intregrate it with self driving technology so that we share more transports in a away that doesn´t increase the number of vehicles in traffic, in other words shared electric mobility instead of personal, almost empty vehicles going everywhere to pick up/deliver stuff?
Links to important reports mentioned in the Podcast/video:
"State of CHARGE Electric Vehicles’ Global Warming
Emissions and Fuel-Cost Savings across the United States" By UNION OF CONCERNED SCIENTISTS:
VUB university in Brussels for NGO Transport & Environment (T&E):
Lifecyle analysis Study by Mercedes comparing fully electric B-klasse with combustion version:
Best/Evolution Show Team
Welcome to the first Evolution Show from our new studio!
In this first episode, also available as video on youtube Johan Landgren talks with Anna Pernestål - director at Integrated Transport Research Lab (ITRL) at KTH Stockholm. Royal Institute of Technology about how we can help the disappearing insects, in particular honey bees and other pollinators to recover and increase in numbers again.
The Evolution show is all about connecting the dots for a big picture view and understand some of the biggest oppurtuninites and challenges of our time. We focus on Sustainable living, Electric transports, Smart energy solutions and Artificial Intelligence (AI)
In the next episode Johan will debunk some of most common myths when it comes to electric cars together with Tesla Club Sweden. Feel free to keep the conversation going in the comments below and consider subscribing to see the episodes as soon as they come out.
Look forward to inspiring conversations with you (listeners and followers) as well with invited guests and feel free to come with suggestions and ideas!
Johan Landgren, host of the Evolution Show