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Environmental impact of hybrid car battery

Created September 30, 2008, at 9:56 pm by manojjonam10

Though hybrid cars take in substantially less petroleum than conventional cars, there is still an issue regarding the environmental damage of the Hybrid car battery. Today most Hybrid car batteries are one of two types: (1) nickel metal hydride, or (2) lithium ion; both are regarded as more environmentally friendly than lead-based batteries (which constitute the bulk of car batteries today). "Jim Kliesch, author of the 'Green Book: The Environmental Guide to Cars and Trucks' told HybridCars.com, 'There are many types of batteries. Some are far more toxic than others.

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2 years ago

I have read articles about cars even being fully powered by huge duracell batteries and they actually lasted for an hour. I hope they will finally develop fully electric cars in the next few years.

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