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Electric Vehicles: The Genie is out of the Bottle
Electric vehicles seem to be overtaking good old internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles fast. Although electric vehicles have gained lots of attention recently, they first came into existence as early as the late 19th century. Interestingly, electricity was among the preferred methods for motor vehicle propulsion at that time as gasoline cars of the time weren’t comfortable and easy to operate. Then improvements in ICE made them commonplace, and electric vehicles got restricted to some niche areas, such as electric trains or small vehicles.
After more than a century’s dominance, ICE vehicles look set to be replaced with EVs. Environmental concerns, advancement in battery and EV technologies, falling costs, and governmental support have once again made electric vehicles mainstream. There is no stopping to the growth of EVs now - the genie is out of the bottle!