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The Fully Charged Guide to Electric Vehicles & Clean Energy - cover

The Fully Charged Guide to Electric Vehicles & Clean Energy

Fully Charged

Publisher: Unbound

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The Fully Charged YouTube channel has 500k subscribers, and the show attracts over 2 million views per month from a worldwide audience.In June 2019 they hosted a sold-out, three-day Fully Charged LIVE event at Silverstone; Fully Charged LIVE North America will be held over two days in Austin, Texas, in February 2020.It is hosted by Robert Llewellyn, one of our most beloved comic actors, from his role as Kryten in Red Dwarf to the ten seasons of Scrapheap Challenge he presented.The guide is highly illustrated, and will feature writers from industry, academia and the media presenting the most recent breakthroughs and innovations in their respective fields.In the age of student climate strikes and Extinction Rebellion, these developments are more crucial than ever before.

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