Green Techpreneur 

from their inception to their current popularity, highlighting four key innovations that have propelled their advancement:

The evolution of electric vehicles (EVs)

Hybrid Technology: Hybrid cars, such as the Lohner-Porsche Mixte invented in 1901, served as a bridge between gasoline and electric vehicles, easing concerns about range and charging accessibility.

EV Modifications: Starting in the early 1990s, manufacturers began modifying existing car models into electric vehicles, enhancing their speed and power to match gasoline-powered counterparts.

Cost Reduction: Decreasing costs, particularly in lithium-ion batteries, have significantly increased adoption of EVs. Affordable prices spur interest, drive innovation, market growth.

Nationwide Charging Infrastructure: Gov't investments in charging infrastructure, like Biden's plan, make EVs accessible. Easing range anxiety and promoting adoption.