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CFL vs. LED vs. BULBS

LED - MORE INITIAL COST BUT IN FUTURE MORE SAVINGS

USE ELECTRIC/HYDROGEN/SOLAR ENERGY AFFILIATED CARS....

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ITS TIME TO CLOSE EVERY SINGLE APPLIANCE WORKING WITHOUT ANY USE...

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THE SUNVEE - SOLAR MOBILE

Posted by harsh_tch Sunday, January 24, 2010

 
 Handlebars with hand brakes and twist accelerator, mirror, speedometer, headlights, pedals and dashboard adorn the Sunmobile.


SunVee stands for Solar Utility Neighborhood Vehicle. This is a concept for a solar neighborhood electric vehicle.



 

Solar: Solar-electric panels are integrated with the body to charge batteries which power an electric motor.
Utility: This is a practical vehicle for trips with passengers and cargo as well.
Neighborhood: The range is about 30 miles and the top speed is about 25 miles/hour, making this vehicle useful for within your neighborhood.
Vehicle: This is a vehicle for transforming our consciousness about how we use energy.











The one hp motor is coupled with a centrifugal clutch to a lawnmower transaxel.




 A digital bicycle speedometer/odometer monitors these functions. An automotive horn is very audible. Headlights are mounted for evening or night time use. The seats are padded boat seats. A rear view mirror is attached to the driver's side. The passenger side has a safety bar to grip while moving; it hinges down and out of the way when entering the vehicle.
All of the framework that supports the photovoltaic canopy is made of aluminum. The original chassis framework is 2-inch square channel welded steel. The Sunmobile has never been weighed, but it probably is over 400 lbs. with a set of four deep-cycle marine batteries. The original Rhoades Car was rated to carry about 800 lbs.
  
 The passenger grip bar is hinged down to easily enter the Sunmobile.

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