I've been telling you since the start of the year…
The next evolution of electric vehicles will be powered by the sun.
In fact, just a few weeks ago, I told you about the new Kia EV9, which is a three-row, four-wheel-drive electric SUV that has a solar panel integrated into the hood.
And this past week, we got word that GM’s new Hummer EV EarthCruiser is fitted with solar panels on the roof. Check it out…
Of course, it should be noted that this is essentially first-generation stuff. Our analysts have traveled the world over, dedicated to finding the best and most profitable investments in the global energy markets. All you have to do to join our Energy and Capital investment community is sign up for the daily newsletter below.
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Given that the GMC Hummer EV is one of the least efficient EVs on the road, I suspect those solar panels will be more effective at providing power for the vehicle’s onboard refrigerator and induction cooktop stove than they will at actually moving the 10,000-pound vehicle.
Of course, those who would buy what is essentially an electric RV aren’t really looking for efficiency, but efficiency is exactly what the next generation of electric cars will deliver, with either roof-mounted or hood-mounted solar panels.
In fact, there’s one company called Aptera that has created a solar-powered electric car that can travel 1,000 miles before having to refuel. This is because of how efficiently designed the vehicle is and, of course, the embedded solar panels that can help get more than 70% of all daily commuters to and from work, every single day, without having to “plug in.”
The vehicle literally charges or “refuels” while it drives.
This, dear reader, is the future of electric vehicles: super efficient and powered by the sun.
Of course, in order to be powered by the sun, a certain type of solar panel is necessary.
You see, you can’t power a 2-ton vehicle on the same types of solar panels people put on their homes.
These car-mounted solar panels are specifically designed to actually propel a vehicle, not just keep the lights on. This requires a certain type of solar panel that is stronger and more efficient than the solar panel you’re used to seeing. They’re also designed to be far more durable than a regular roof-mounted solar panel on a traditional home.
And this, dear reader, is an opportunity for us to make a boatload of cash.
Because right now, there’s only one solar company that owns this kind of technology.
It’s being used to power that 1,000-mile-range Aptera electric car, and we know for a fact that some of the legacy carmakers that are trying to integrate solar into their next-generation electric cars are looking to use this company’s solar technology too.
That's why I put together this short report that not only shows you how the technology works but also how to get the name and ticker symbol of the company behind it.
This is the future of vehicle electrification…
And, unless you hate money, I would encourage you to get some of this action for yourself and buy this stock today.
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