Resource and Action for 100 % Battery Powered Electric Vehicles
The Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) Battery
We must restore public access to the most powerful and revolutionary 100 percent electric car battery ever invented (currently owned and suppressed by a U.S. oil company)
In 1997, Toyota introduced the RAV4-EV, a 100 percent electric vehicle powered by NiMH batteries. These electric SUVs are still going strong today and their fortunate owners haven’t spent a dime on gasoline in the past 12 years. So why can’t you buy one?
To put it simply: because the major oil and auto corporations don’t want you to.
Chevron acquired the rights to the NiMH battery and, with a successful lawsuit, forced Toyota to stop manufacturing RAV4-EVs. Alarmed by the threat 100 percent EVs posed to the oil industry, Chevron heavily patented the NiMH battery technology to prevent further production of America’s best means to an oil-free future.
While Chevron suppresses the proven NiMH battery technology, U.S. automobile manufacturers, major oil companies, and the U.S. Department of Energy scramble to move America to a hydrogen economy through an initiative called FreedomCAR. Despite hydrogen’s expense, inefficiency, and danger, hydrogen fuel is the oil and auto corporation’s only hope to preserve their profitable fueling infrastructure and internal combustion engines.
The perfect product to mass produce high-performance 100 percent electric vehicles exists RIGHT NOW. Only one person today has the right and power to override the NiMH patents and restore public access to this world changing technology…
The President of the United States of America … and he can make it happen with the single stroke of a pen.
You have the power to influence President Obama to act on this issue.