Who Killed the Electric Car

September 19, 2009 at 7:13 pm 1 comment

Alright, perhaps we’re a little late in writing about one of our favorite documentaries, Who Killed the Electric Car, but better late than never.  We’re writing this post more as a promotional effort so more people will watch it.  You can read robust articles about WKTEC on the wikipedia article for it and watch some clips on YouTube (linked below).

The documentary really is astounding in the way it calmly presents a very unnerving situation of how the American government, Big Auto, and even the American consumer killed what would have been the rebirth of an amazing new industry.  We do feel perhaps that they could have gotten more interviews from the other side of the argument, but other than that its a pretty balanced view of the story.


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  • 1. evchels  |  September 22, 2009 at 12:24 am

    thank you for helping us spread the word about our little film and the issues…there is finally light at the end of the EV tunnel!

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