'ZERO-TIME' Battery System From Internet Promise Group Solves TESLA's Two Biggest Limitations: Vehicle Range & Charging Time
Los Angeles, CA, August 2, 2016 (Newswire.com) - TESLA’s new Model 3, with a projected cost of $35K and a 215-mile vehicle range, is Tesla and Elon Musk’s first mass market electric vehicle scheduled for delivered late 2017. ZERO TIME Battery System technology is engineered to enhance electric vehicle range and at the same time, zero-out battery charging time for Tesla and the electric car industry.
Increasing vehicle range and reducing battery charging time remain TESLA’s two biggest hurdles for convincing millions of Americans to give up the reliability and convenience of gasoline powered cars -- for eventual widespread consumer adoption of electric vehicles as their preferred choice of transportation.
"The ZERO TIME Battery System will remove the major obstacle to the broad acceptance of all electric vehicles and accelerate the reduction of carbon emissions by years."
Tara Chand, Founder & CEO Internet Promise Group Inc.
The ZERO TIME Battery System solves the issues of vehicle range & charging time; Tara Chand, the founder of Internet Promise Group (IPG) and a prolific inventor has recently filed multiple patents for the ZERO TIME Battery System.
Mr Chand noted, "the ZERO TIME Battery System will remove the major obstacle to the broad acceptance of all electric vehicles and accelerate the reduction of carbon emissions by years.”
While the goal of TESLA founder Elon Musk is to make electric vehicles viable and affordable for the mass market, the goal of IPG founder Tara Chand and ZERO TIME Battery System is to make an electric vehicle equal to a gasoline powered vehicle in range and refueling convenience.
The ZERO TIME Battery System works as both a unique computer system inside the vehicle that manages a modular battery system, and an automated vending system for replenishing the battery modules in a matter of minutes. The vending systems can be conveniently installed at any gas station or big-box retail facilities like supermarkets.
A typical electric vehicle equipped with the ZERO TIME Battery System would have up to sixty battery modules, providing a range of up to 300 miles depending on vehicle size and weight. Any number of the sixty battery modules that have been used-up can be replenished with fully charged modules at any gas station, or similar locations with a ZERO TIME vending system.
Inside the vehicle, a status display informs the driver how many of the sixty modules are fully charged, which ones are being used and how many have been used-up -- just like a driver in a gasoline powered vehicle glances at the fuel gauge to know how much fuel is left.
When a driver of a ZERO TIME equipped electric vehicle is on a long journey, and half of his battery modules are depleted (similar to having only half a tank of gasoline in a gasoline powered vehicle), the driver can stop at any gas station with a ZERO TIME vending system and quickly have the used-up battery modules replenished in a matter of minutes.
While ZERO TIME does not displace the ability to charge used-up battery modules at home or at electric charging stations, it gives drivers additional flexibility and peace-of-mind in owning and driving an electric vehicle.
This peace of mind also includes knowing that drivers can carry spare battery modules in case of an emergency, or have them delivered by an emergency vehicle, providing a range of up to 20 miles to reach the next gas station equipped with a ZERO TIME vending system.
The ZERO TIME Battery System will be of interest to not only TESLA and the electric car industry, but the U.S. Government and global green-energy movement, helping to accelerate wide-spread adoption of green technologies and reducing carbon emissions.
Tara Chand is the founder and CEO of Internet Promise Group (IPG). IPG is a unique innovation enterprise that was founded by Tara Chand in January 2000. Through his creative efforts, the company has built a large and diverse capital asset base of Intellectual Property.
A prolific inventor, Mr. Chand has organized this broad array of IP assets across seven different market verticals (www.internetpromisegroup.com). IPG is planning to go public in the near future with an announcement of a major International IPO.
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Source: Internet Promise Group Inc.