How One Type of “Anxiety” Could Turn into a 6,636% Profit



Editor’s Note: Wayne is traveling for the rest of this week. So today, we’ll be re-publishing a timely article from our archives — be sure to read it in its entirety!

During a recent business trip, I rented a Tesla to get from San Francisco to Los Angeles.

I’d been behind the wheel of a Tesla a few times before. But this was the first time I’d taken one for a long-distance road trip. You probably won’t be surprised to hear that I loved the car. I was driving a Model S in deep blue, and it was fast, smooth, and fun.

There was just one problem: keeping it charged was a constant headache!

Every time I strayed off the beaten path, I worried I was too far from a charging station.

I was experiencing what EV owners call “range anxiety” — in other words, anxiety that my battery would run out of power before I could re-charge.

While this might sound like an awful situation for me and other EV owners…

As I’ll explain today, it could be great news for you — and in addition, it could give you the chance to pocket gains of 6,636%, and possibly more.

Electric Vehicles are Like a Box of Chocolates

Now, you might be wondering why this would cause drivers so much anxiety…

I mean, aren’t there charging stations all over the country nowadays?

Well, to paraphrase Forrest Gump, electric vehicles — and more specifically, EV charging stations — “are like a box of chocolates… you never know what you’re gonna get.”

For example, the first station I pulled into had three chargers. But one was being used, the second one was broken, and the third one was tricky to get plugged in.

And even though things worked out fine, I consider myself one of the lucky ones because I had a Tesla. Other EVs may pull into a charging station and find they only have Tesla chargers…

Meaning, they’ll need to continue driving until they can find a station compatible with their car.

If that wasn’t bad enough, recharging your EV can also seriously cut into your day…

For instance, if you can find a Tesla “Supercharger” station, you can get a 200-mile charge in about 15 minutes.

But if you’re using traditional “Destination Charging” stations, it takes an hour just to get a charge that lasts 44 miles. And I had no idea how much the charge would cost!

A Trillion-Dollar Problem

The frustration and anxiety I experienced aren’t unusual. And they’re a key reason why EVs have yet to achieve mainstream adoption.

You see, even though EV sales are exploding right now, they still make up a very small portion of the automobiles on the road today.

For instance, it’s estimated there were over 280 million cars on the road in the U.S. last year. However, only 10 million of them were EVs — that’s just 3% of the market!

But as soon as charging your car is as simple as getting a tank of gas, I believe the EV industry — which, according to Statista, is projected to reach $1 trillion by 2026 — can start realizing its potential.

And now, one company is on a mission to make it happen…

6,636% Profit Opportunity

You see, I recently discovered a tiny startup that’s creating a groundbreaking charging solution for EVs.

And not only is it drop-dead simple to use…

But because it’s a wireless charging solution, not only can you stay in your car while you’re getting a charge…

But in the future, you might be able to get a charge while you’re driving down the highway at full speed!

In other words, you won’t need to worry about how much power you have left or how far away the nearest compatible charging station is…

Essentially, you’d be able to drive for an infinite amount of miles.

With an impressive portfolio of patents, and an exclusive partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy, I believe this startup could unlock the potential of EVs.

And that’s why we’ve prepared this detailed presentation (and LIVE demo) of this company’s technology for you today…

As you’ll see, not only could this company help kill range anxiety for EV drivers…

But it could potentially hand you gains of 6,636% or more as well.

Click here now to read the full report (and see the live video demo) »

Best Regards,
Wayne Mulligan
Wayne Mulligan