BLUEBIRD ENERGY SYSTEMS
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SMARTNET FLATPACKS - This outline diagram (end elevation) show how a Universal EV service station might look. The existence of such facilities may have the effect of boosting sales of EVs that are compatible. We would encourage every car maker to consider voluntarily including at least one vehicle in their range in any future development programme that might accept a Universal Cartridge. Every country needs cars, vans and trucks for a sustainable future. A medium size truck is shown in these drawings.
Bluebird Energy Systems is a branch of Bluebird Marine Systems Ltd. This division is developing land based storage solutions in respect of mobility and transport security, the aim being to provide load leveling for generating utilities and an infrastructure that is capable of supplying trucks, vans and cars with electricity quickly and conveniently, in addition to the limited number of plug in charging points - that simply cannot cope with electric vehicles as replacements to petrol and diesel power.
OUR COLLABORATIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN:
4. Make electric cars cheaper to purchase and operate with Pay As You Drive technology future proofing.
The move by all nations to renewable energy means more load leveling will be needed than ever before to make the best of their solar and wind generated electricity. As cars transition from petrol and diesel liquid fuels to electricity stored in solid batteries, or hydrogen fuel cells, dual purpose service stations provide a solution to a more effective low carbon society.
Dual purpose service stations provide a means to move to a hydrogen based economy. Using lithium batteries as the starting point, in Standard energy cartridges, we might introduce hydrogen as the energy storage medium, as and when that technology is developed.
The vehicle operator will not feel any difference in performance, and billing is just the same: PAYD. Hydrogen future proofing is important for when lithium and cobalt are in short supply.
The proposed SMARTNET service stations offer unrivalled flexibility to the automotive and electricity generating industries. Plug in charging cannot compete.
THE SLOW LANE - We all live fast lifestyles. Waiting 30 minutes for rapid charging not only strains the grid, but also damages batteries, and nobody has thirty minutes to waste - best case - worst case 6-8 hours. A truck size battery would take hours to (so-called) rapid charge. It is just not practical. Ignoring for now that there are no charging points along the streets in towns and cities, or at supermarkets. The solution is SMARTNET instant recharging. One size fits all.
EUROPEAN AUTO MANUFACTURERS WITH SUITABLE PLATFORMS FOR SMART UNIVERSAL ENERGY CARTRIDGES:
JAMIE - Is the business development manager at Bluebird Energy Systems. In 2015, he helped build an electric sports cars with battery exchange built in as part of a student project. In 2020 he is keen to see a service station come to life for such vehicles, firstly as a proof of concept model, and then as a full size load levelling system that can service trucks as well as private cars. Imagine cities with clean buses and taxis.
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HYDROGEN FUEL CELL CARTRIDGE - It looks like a battery cartridge. It performs like a battery cartridge. It stores energy like a battery cartridge, but it is a hydrogen fuel store and fuel cell cartridge combination. Where lithium and cobalt raw materials may limit the production numbers of EVs as green motoring becomes the norm, hydrogen in a safe format might offer unlimited possibilities. The concept is compatible with SMARTNET FASTCHARGE service stations. NOTE: This is just a concept, not a product yet. More development is needed to before mass production could be entertained.
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