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Future of Mobility


Nice conversation last night with a VP of world’s largest vehicle OEM.

Walking dogs on a beautiful evening.

We’re in a period of disruption, perhaps never seen before in the advanced world. AI, remote work, automation, and changes in energy and sources of power.

A recent report of requirements from the EPA, would make 67% of all vehicles sold in the USA, to be electric 10 years from now.

There are 3 primary challenges from a car makers point of view with the move to electrification:

1. Cost

2. Charging Infrastructure

3. China (source of raw materials, and they have advances in battery technology way ahead of where we are in the US currently)

Also, a growing population of automotive engineers believe that ultimately, hydrogen sources of power would be the best option for power over electric sources. The by-products of hydrogen power would be water and oxygen … not too shabby.

The challenge with hydrogen of course is keeping it from blowing up vehicles … nobody wants their car to turn into the Hindenberg.

We’re in the middle of disruption right now, and curious about your thoughts on what will the future of on-road mobility look like 20 years from now?

Today, 62-80, and some clouds.

Make it a great day everyone!

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What will the future of (on-road) mobility look like 20 years from now?

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80% electric, 20% hydrogen 20%

50% electric, 50% hydrogen 15%

30% gas, 70% other 56%

Other – comment below 9%

Jim Guerrera

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Jim Guerrera

Jim Guerrera, Managing Director, founded SCN in 2000. Jim is primarily responsible for the development of the leaders at SCN, strategic planning, the hiring and development of company associates, culture leadership, core value leadership, sales le...

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