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GE Engineer Douglas Gruber Examines Battery Trolley Underneath the GE 100 Electric Car

General Electric Company1978/1978

Museum of Innovation & Science

Museum of Innovation & Science
Schenectady, United States

GE engineer Douglas Gruber, one of the engineers involved with GE's electric car project of the 1970s, examines the battery trolley underneath the GE 100 electric car. The car used 18 modified batteries to deliver 75 miles per charge on the highway or 40 miles per charge in the city. The batteries were good for 500 charging cycles.

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  • Title: GE Engineer Douglas Gruber Examines Battery Trolley Underneath the GE 100 Electric Car
  • Creator: General Electric Company
  • Date Created: 1978/1978
  • Location: Schenectady, New York
  • Physical Dimensions: 8 x 10 in
  • Original Language: English
  • Subject Keywords: Alternative Energy Advertising, GE 100 Electric car
  • Type: Photograph
  • Publisher: General Electric Company
  • Rights: This digital image may be used for educational uses. Please cite as miSci- Museum of Innovation & Science. Prior written permission is required for any other use of the images from miSci.

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