Minimal impact of vehicle electrification seen on lubricating greases

In 1884, electrical engineer and inventor Thomas Parker began producing electric cars and trams in London, England. By 1900, 30% of cars were electric. Fast forward 20 years and electric vehicles (EV) had all but died out; Henry Ford’s reasonably priced internal combustion engine (ICE), widely available gasoline, and the patent of an electric starter … Continue reading Minimal impact of vehicle electrification seen on lubricating greases