On a day when Exxon and Royal Dutch/Shell took some hits in court and among their shareholders, it's clear there is increasing pressure to address climate change.Fuel for transportation is a big part of the problem. And airplanes are especially difficult.Miles O'Brien looks at efforts to create electric planes of the future. It is part of a special "NOVA" documentary tonight.Chandler Airport in Fresno, California has been in operation since the Wright brothers era, aviation 1.0.Today, the art deco glory has faded, but Joseph Oldham is using this old, underutilized place to help launch a new age of flight, aviation 3.0.This is the third revolution of aviation. The first revolution, of course, was powered flight.The second revolution was jet in the 1940s, early 1950s. Electric propulsion is the third revolution.These are Pipistrel Alpha Electros, the first certified all-electric airplanes in the world.And he was gracious enough to give a fellow pilot the right seat. All right, we're set. Contact, huh?Clear.It was as simple as flipping a switch. It was weirdly quiet as we taxied to the runway.The noisiest thing on this airplane are the brakes.