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Response to kristopher (Reply #4)

Sun Apr 28, 2013, 12:32 PM

5. Where do you get the 8 years part

Hell many vehicles are financed for 72 months now. I know of no cars that only last 8 years, not even a dodge or chevy, toyota or nissan, damn sure not a ford product. Thats bull
this old paper from 2004 is way out of date I'd venture to say but for the sake of argument later this evening I'll check it out
Would that $3.00 dollar per kwh figure be coming from this 2004 paper?

I don't think any of what I said is inaccurate. sorry

Both of our vehicles are '98 models and neither are even close to being wore out or ready for the junk heap and I'm about as rough on a vehicle as anyone around is. Maybe some of those econoboxs might be ready for the junk pile in 8 but I'm not even sure of that. Once the batteries are removed for whatever reason there is no longer V2G there. simple

V2G will never be I'll go so far to say and for the reasons I was getting at to begin with. No way is the power companies going to be paying a vehicle owner even a few hundred a year for the use of their battery let alone a thousand plus.

anyways have fun but I'm not buying what you're selling, I demand something in return for my money and its not here.

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