It looks like you've lost connection to our server. Please check your internet connection or reload this page.

The Electric Vehicle Essay Examples

366 total results
An Analysis and the Advantages and Disadvantages of Electric Cars
Matt Scott College Prep Environmental demand for cleaner air has put a heavy burden on the automobile, much improved by stringent exhaust stands but still a significant source of pollution. High cost, technological obstacles and the resistance of the public to abandon gasoline have deterred the discovery of new cleaner alt...
2,944 words
7 pages
An Analysis of the Electric Industry Which Began in the Late 1870s
The electric utility industry began in the late 1870's as street lighting and electric railway business by private electric companies. Through the years it has grown to become one of the nation's largest business enterprises. Some municipally owned electric systems were established to provide street lights and to replace ar...
1,292 words
3 pages
An Introduction to the History of General Electric Company
GE is a diversified services, technology and manufacturing company with a commitment to achieving customer success and worldwide leadership in each of its businesses. The company currently operates in more than 100 countries and has over 300,000 employees. Jeffrey R. Immelt is the current Chairman and Chief Executive Office...
677 words
2 pages
A Report on the Financial Evaluation of General Electric Corporation
A Financial Evaluation of General Electric Corporation David B. Preston, Sr. Tampa College, Pinellas CampusFlorida Metropolitan University Running Head: GENERAL ELECTRIC CORPORATION General Electric Corporation2AbstractGeneral Electric Corporation (GE) from a financial analysis presents itselfas a strong corporation. Th...
1,504 words
3 pages
The Effects of Electric Force on Matter
In some Greek experiments, objects attracted each other after rubbing. Other experiments produced objects that pushed away, or repelled, each other. The evidence showed that electric force made matter either attract or repel other matter. Electric force is caused by electric charge. Electric charge is a property of the bit...
596 words
1 page
A Look at the New Financial and Statistical Measures to Monitor the Success of General Electric Company
New Financial and Statistical Measures to Monitor The Success of GE To : The Board of Directors, GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Subject : NEW FINANCIAL AND STATISTICAL MEASURES TO MONITOR THE SUCCESS OF GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY After Mr. Weltch announced my new assignment, I pondered how I could go about guaranteeing the...
3,942 words
9 pages
A Critique about the Carfax Company
Introduction The company that I will make a critique about is the Carfax.com which is a customer oriented firm. Its main vision is to create a one-stop source for vehicle history information for buyers and sellers of used cars. Established in 1986, Carfax Company provided helpful information including mainly vehicle record...
2,531 words
6 pages
Advantages and Disadvantages to Owning a Vehicle
There are many advantages and disadvantages to owning a vehicle. A life style change can occur or an empty wallet or purse I can almost expect someone will have when they first start driving a vehicle of their own. This impact in ones life can not only change their life style and their money situation but also there grades,...
485 words
1 page
An Introduction to the Vehicle Frost Box
Research Report The system I choose to research is a simple open-looped system called the Vehicle Frost Box. This system is used to informing motor vehicle operators that likely conditions for icy roads are developing. Black ice cannot be seen and is a prime contributor to vehicle accidents during the winter months. If us...
925 words
2 pages
An Introduction to the Vehicle Corporate Average Fuel Economy CAF
Vehicle corporate average fuel economy (CAF) standards are regulations that require the fuel economy of vehicles to remain above a specific mileage for a certain class of vehicle. These regulations are mainly to reduce the CO2 emissions into the earths atmosphere. Although, this sounds like a wonderful idea there are many f...
1,536 words
3 pages
An Analysis of the Environmental Effects of the Popular SUV in the United States
SUV’s have become the center of a large controversy in the last couple of years. Many studies have been conducted on the relation to the economy and the popularity of the SUV. The sport utility vehicle not only affects the economy with its gas-guzzling capabilities during a time of war, but with the safety questions that...
692 words
2 pages
The Danger of Driving Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) on the American Roads
These vehicles are stylish to have, but how safe are they to the public? The Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) is supposed of as one of the safest vehicles on the road today. People out looking for a new vehicle look at the design of a SUV and cannot see why it wouldn’t be the best choice. The tall frame of an SUV it gives the d...
1,629 words
4 pages
The Mystery Around the Flying Automobile
In the next twenty years, the world will have solved the major problems of transportation today. Global warming news will no longer be splashed over news screens nation wide. Traffic jams will be a thing of the past as some cars take to the air. In fact, traffic jams will be documented at the Smithsonian to ensure futur...
914 words
2 pages
An Argument in Favor of Electric Vehicles
In numerous cities across the country, the personal automobile is the single greatest polluter, as emissions from million of vehicles on the road add up. Car pollution is one of the biggest polluters the solution is to have much more efficient vehicles that produce fewer emissions with every mile. So what would be the best...
810 words
2 pages
The Benefits of Using an Electricity Powered Vehicle
As his car warmed up that morning, Alan Wilson stared with amazement at his gas gauge. “I can’t believe it’s on ‘EMPTY’ again,” he ranted. “I just spent twenty bucks last weekend!” Alan sped away from his home toward the gas station before he had to be at work that morning only to find out that the gas prices had been raise...
814 words
2 pages
The Development and Impact of the Electric Vehicle
The technology of electric vehicles has been around since the turn of the nineteenth century but faded as the gasoline powered engine took the spotlight. Now the future of electric vehicles is very bright. Their impacts are very significant ranging from economic, to new technology that can be applied elsewhere, to most impo...
3,348 words
7 pages
The Environmental Benefits of Electric Automobiles
American people go through thousands of gallons of fuel every day to put into their vehicles. Currently, using gasoline is the cheapest way to get around. The majority of people in the United States has come to the same conclusion and recognizes that the word’s oil supply will eventually run out. What will they do when t...
1,206 words
3 pages
Security, Authentication, Anonymity and Divisibility as the Key Issues for Making Electric Moneys Perceived as Tangible
Initially, the Internet was designed to be used by government and academic users, but now it is rapidly becoming commercialized. It has on-line 'shops', even electronic 'shopping malls'. Customers, browsing at their computers, can view products, read descriptions, and sometimes even try samples. What they lack is the means...
1,388 words
3 pages
Electric Vehicles for a Cleaner and Brighter Future
As time approaches the 21st century, the automobile has become our major source of mass transportation. Everything about our culture and society has developed around this necessary form of travel. However, along with this necessity comes the issue of pollution to the environment. These great gasoline powered vehicles have c...
4,116 words
9 pages
Electric Cars - How They Work, History,Challenges Today, Advantages and Disadvantages and Governmental Involvement
Introduction An electric Car is an automobile with an electric motor powered by a system of rechargeable batteries. Electric cars are mechanically simpler and more durable than gasoline-powered cars, and they do not have to exploit nonrenewable resources (natural resources that cannot be replaced). They also produce le...
2,491 words
6 pages
A Comparison of Electric Cars (EV) and Hybrid Electric Cars (HEV)
As time approaches the 21st century, the automobile has become our major source of mass transportation. Everything about our culture and society has developed around this necessary form of travel. However, along with this necessity comes the issue of pollution to the environment. These great gasoline powered vehicles have c...
4,118 words
9 pages
A Description of the Features of the Advance Powered Automobiles
A growing dependence on imported oil, along with a heightened concern about the environment, has led to my increased interest in electric cars as an alternative to traditional gas-powered automobiles. True electric vehicles do not seem to achieve the requirements of the American car-buying public because of their high cost,...
1,025 words
2 pages
Electric Vehicles: The Future of Transportation
In numerous cities across the country, the personal automobile is the single greatest polluter, as emissions from million of vehicles on the road add up. Car pollution is one of the biggest polluters the solution is to have much more efficient vehicles that produce fewer emissions with every mile. So what would be the best...
871 words
2 pages
An Analysis of Electric Power Industry Deregulation
Electric Power Industry Deregulation
The roots of modern day regulation can be traced all the way back to the late 1800's and found in the form of antitrust. By the beginning of the 20th century, the U.S. government had formed the interstate Commerce Commission to regulate the railroad industry, and shortly thereafter, many...
2,165 words
5 pages
The Causes, Effects and Measures to Take During an Electric Shock
Electric shock
General Information
DEFINITION--Injury caused by electricity passing through the body. BODY PARTS INVOLVED--Total body. SEX OR AGE MOST AFFECTED--Both sexes; all ages. SIGNS & SYMPTOMS-- Depends on where the current enters the body and the kind of electrical current. Following are the most common: Bu...
468 words
1 page