Inductive Charging Coils

AMP and to Make Inductive Charging Available For All Their Electric Trucks

Until now, AMP Electric Vehicles has been focusing on converting standard gasoline-powered SUVs to electric power-trains. For private consumers, the electric vehicle ...

Build a Can Stirling Engine in 10 Easy Steps

Can stirling engines have fascinated me and not once was there will to put them into action, but no time. Here's how you can build a...
An electric scooter for the rest of us - DAYMAK BEAST D

Who Doesn’t Want This Beast Electric Scooter?

As a former Honda Ruckus-, alternative-fuels-, outdoors-, and fun-enthusiast, I can honestly say that this is the one thing that puts all of these...
Volvo V60 PHEV, an Expensive Option

Euro 7 Air Pollution Regulations Could Push Diesels Out of the Market

Unlike the Unites States, diesel engines are very common in Europe, but it may not be that way for long, thanks to ever-stricter air...

50 kWh Bosch EV Battery will Soon Weigh Just 190 Kilograms

German company Bosch's current goal is to create a 50 kWh battery that weighs only 190 kilograms. Based on recent comments by a company...

New Tesla Roadster to Feature Cold Air Thrusters, Could Even Fly

Tesla's new Roadster has been postponed more than once in recent history, but as we know him, Elon Musk let the cat out of...

Solar Stirling Engine Efficiency Records Broken by Ripasso Energy

Solar Stirling engine efficiency has been topped this year by Ripasso Energy, a solar technology company based in Sweden. They have designed a Solar stirling...

Nissan Leaf Lawsuit: New Battery Replacement for Unhappy Customers

Just like it happened to many respectable automakers (see Toyota), in 2012 a class action lawsuit was targeted against Nissan for its great car,...
Daihatsu Mira e:S, Most Fuel-Efficient Conventional Vehicle?

Daihatsu Mira e:S, the Most Fuel-Efficient Gas Vehicle

The Daihatsu Mira e:S was rated at 30km/ℓ on the JC08 fuel consumption test. It weighs 1,700lb and is powered by a 660cc i3...

31% Efficient Stirling Engines Used to Convert 1.5MW of Arizona Solar Power

Stirling engines are known to mankind for about 200 years but they are not so widely used today, except maybe for the pacemakers and long-distance robotic spacecrafts. This will soon change as 60 stirling engines will be used in Phoenix, Arizona, to harvest solar power which will be converted into electricity.