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I could not tell from the image you posted. But there are public DC charges also available, not just level 2. But that is a minor nit pick.
@Larry in TN
Lol, I missed removing that statement. That was a from a previous post I started; where you showed green points on a map from...
@Larry in TN
That does not seem correct.
Actually in the auto industry they are starting to move to LFP (Lithium Iron Phosphate). The weight...
If you charge at home, you save a heck of a lot if you are a high millage user. Even just an average use of a car, charge at home saves...
The CFI I had for my PPL, did actually have me take off with an open door, and open a door in flight. So some do teach it.
Just curious, why? What did they hope to gain?
This has been previously discussed on a forum. I forget where, someone even went to the trouble to chase down someone at FAA HQ.
The report back...
There are a number of threads related to ULPower on HBA for specific planes.
Started with a Cirrus SR20. Jumped up to an Aerostar 700.
That was too much plane for my mission.
Went back to a SR22.
Recently sold it.
Who was that? Because if it is the geezer I am thinking of, he would be disowned by the current leaders.
Tim (sorry, could not resist)
Such a solution would not phase me. In any case, I do not have a good answer.
Or a separate arrival path(s), and timed blocks.
Never been to Osh. But the most common complaint I see a lot over the years are two items.
1. Plane identification is often wrong.
How far are you driving a day? And what is the charge speed. For that many hours charging, using only 600 KWH a month is not a very good charge...
Yeah, they sent us the wrong racks. We have not dealt with that yet. Busy moving.
I tend to doubt it; most people would just break out the playbook from the previous year. I am fairly sure we got to the current situation...
Which bag? I also have the X-7 and like it a lot.
Shell is supposedly still going the PAFI/EASGLE route.
Might be a couple others.
I would think plants or algae would be a much easier solution. I recall something about a pilot/demonstration algae to bio-diesel used "gray"...