The inventions provide a computer-controlled cyclical system that includes a specially manufactured battery dispensing bowser that dispenses a choosable sequential plurality of small volume charged batteries to a specially manufactured battery powered Electric Vehicle. The Battery Fueling method parallels, mimics or improves upon the sequentially metered manner by which a fossil fuel bowser dispenses fuel to a conventional fossil fuel vehicle at a roadside service station.

At the same time, the cyclical system also retrieves a similar plurality of depleted batteries from the Electric Vehicle. They are returned to the bowser; and from there to a battery recharging bay.


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The Battery Fueling inventions provide two separate improvements to known prior art:

  • The first improvement relates to apparatus, sequences, applications and know-how for a system to sequentially provide, by metered bowser dispensing means, an individual battery to an Electric Vehicle, as the smallest measurable unit of meterable flow between a battery dispensing bowser and a battery powered Vehicle, that also provides a parity system that parallels, mimics or improves upon the conventional flow system that treats an individual small volume of fossil fuel as the smallest measurable unit of meterable flow between a conventional fossil fuel forecourt dispensing bowser and a conventional fossil fuel powered vehicle.
  • The second improvement relates to apparatus, sequences, applications and know-how for a system to provide an individual battery as a small-volume rechargeable Battery temperature reducer, fire-inhibitor and/or fire-extinguisher; that a system may convey to any precise position within a system, especially within a vehicle, for a battery to be placed adjacent or near any compromised battery; for use to provide temperature reduction, fire-inhibition and/or fire-extinguishing facilities relating to that battery, that the computer controlled system has identified as a faulty battery, an overheating battery, a thermal propagation cell-module, a thermal runaway cell-module or an ‘on-fire’ battery.