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A beach after an oil spill

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oil_spill

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Deepwater Horizon oil spill Deepwater Horizon oil spill - May 24, 2010.jpg
The oil slick as seen from space by NASA‘s Terra satellite on May 24, 2010

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deepwater_Horizon_oil_spill

(this was from seven days ago, my note – cricketdiane)

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– but, we never even had to do it that way – look at all these wonderful choices –

http://www.segway.com/

 News & Events March 24, 2010  Segway powers EN-V with vision for 2030 transport

News & Events March 24, 2010 Segway powers EN-V with vision for 2030 transport

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http://www.cushmanco.com/

http://www.cushmanco.com/custom/index.html

Check out the third slide in the series called The Bellhop2 with cab

With a 2400 lb payload capacity, the Haulster is ready to tackle your biggest hauling or towing projects. Featuring power steering and an independent front suspension, it’ll get the work done seamlessly, every time.- Cushman

With a 2400 lb payload capacity, the Haulster is ready to tackle your biggest hauling or towing projects. Featuring power steering and an independent front suspension, it’ll get the work done seamlessly, every time. - Cushman

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2025 Sunbeam Tiger electric car concept

2025 Sunbeam Tiger electric car concept

http://www.gizmag.com/2025-sunbeam-tiger-electric-car-concept/11482/

2025 Sunbeam Tiger electric car concept

By Paul Evans

16:52 April 16, 2009

Ford Start Concept features 1.0-litre, three-cylinder EcoBoost engine

By Noel McKeegan

01:55 April 29, 2010

Ford Start Concept features 1.0-litre, three-cylinder EcoBoost engine - Unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show, there's definitely a certain stripped-back elegance about the Start Concept

Ford Start Concept features 1.0-litre, three-cylinder EcoBoost engine - Unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show, there's definitely a certain stripped-back elegance about the Start Concept

http://www.gizmag.com/ford-start-concept-car/14935/

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Lease the Tesla Roadster  - A smart choice just became a no-brainer: drive a Roadster home today.  Tesla Leasing allows you to take immediate delivery of a new 2010 Roadster or Roadster Sport with a three year, 30,000 mile contract and with monthly payments as low as $1,658. The cost savings compared to a similar gas powered car could be $131 per month.

Lease the Tesla Roadster - A smart choice just became a no-brainer: drive a Roadster home today. Tesla Leasing allows you to take immediate delivery of a new 2010 Roadster or Roadster Sport with a three year, 30,000 mile contract and with monthly payments as low as $1,658. The cost savings compared to a similar gas powered car could be $131 per month.

http://www.teslamotors.com/

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The Magnetic Suspension Device – for all your home levitation needs

By Darren Quick

00:17 May 28, 2010

Use the force Lu.. ah, Magnetic Suspension Device

Use the force Lu.. ah, Magnetic Suspension Device

Image Gallery (7 images)

http://www.gizmag.com/magnetic-suspension-device/15244/

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Levitating pyrolytic carbon

Magnetic levitation, maglev, or magnetic suspension is a method by which an object is suspended with no support other than magnetic fields. Magnetic pressure is used to counteract the effects of the gravitational and any other accelerations.

A live frog levitates inside a 32 mm diameter vertical bore of a Bitter solenoid in a magnetic field of about 16 teslas at the High Field Magnet Laboratory of the Radboud University in Nijmegen the Netherlands. Direct link to video

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnetic_levitation

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Maglev Trains Audio slideshow from the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory discusses magnetic levitation, the Meissner Effect, magnetic flux trapping and superconductivity

Larry Spring’s Mendocino Brushless Magnetic Levitation Solar Motor

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The Dean drive is a device intended to be a reactionless thruster that was invented by Norman L. Dean. Dean claimed that it was able to generate a uni-directional force, in violation of Newton’s Third Law of Motion. Such a violation is generally considered to be impossible in Physics. While it is theoretically possible for a mass that moves in one direction to have its momentum balanced by something other than a reaction mass (e.g. see Nuclear photonic rocket), there is no known theoretical mechanism for a mass to be moved one way while nothing moves the other way.

An actual functioning “reactionless thruster” would, of course, have enormous application, completely changing human transport, engineering, space travel and more.

According to Dean, his drive is a reactionless thruster, and his models were able to demonstrate this effect. He received two patents for related devices that are known to be unable to generate a uni-directional force, but he occasionally demonstrated devices that were different. [1][2] Dean’s claims of reactionless thrust generation have subsequently been shown to be in error; the thrust generated is understood to be reliant on friction with the surface on which the device is resting.[3][4]

(but doesn’t that mean – it still works and simply uses friction instead? – but it works? – my note)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dean_drive


Unit 1


Inventor Norman L. Dean with Unit 1


Inventor Norman L. Dean beside his Dean Drive apparatus.

According to Dean’s writings and records now in possession by his son Norman Robert Dean; several groups, including Westinghouse Electric Corporation, the U.S. military, Robert L. Vesco, and the AC Spark Plug (Aeronautics Division) became interested in licensing the device. AC Spark Plug researched the technology for 2 years, but AC’s board decided it was too much of an unknown technology to invest in.

Combined with his experience of forced appropriation of his non-precessing gyroscopic inertial guidance system by the US military (for use in intercontinental ballistic missiles and submarines) and Dean’s cautious nature, led him to terminate relations with his most recent interested party investment banker Robert L. Vesco who coincidently fled to Cuba in 1973.

In the 1950s Jerry Pournelle, working for an aerospace company, contacted Dean to investigate purchasing the device. Dean refused to demonstrate the device without pre-payment and promise of a Nobel prize. Pournelle’s company were unwilling to pay for the right to examine the device and never saw the purported model, although Pournelle remains skeptical that Dean’s device ever worked. [7]

Further developments

In 1999, Dean’s son, Norman Robert “Bob” Dean, appeared at an anti-gravity conference by invitation of a group of patent holders who had created differing versions of the reactionless drives that referred to N.L. Dean in their patents. He gave a presentation about his father’s device.

In 2009, Professor Provatidis published a paper on the mechanics involved in Dean drive.[8] He claims to have proven that the device practically works like a catapult while a variable angular velocity can only control the smoothness of the object velocity to which the drive is attached. Moreover, as the net impulse produced by rotating mass particles along a circle is zero (in Dean drive), he proposed the transformation of the aforementioned circle to a figure-eight-shaped curve (symbol of infinity) in which only the upper (or lower) 180 degrees are drawn thus causing anti-gravity effects.[9]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dean_drive

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Dr Yevgeny Podkletnov[1] (Russian: Евгений Подклетнов) is a Russian engineer, formerly affiliated with the Materials Science Department at the Tampere University of Technology, Finland, who is best known for his controversial work on a so-called gravity shielding device. Born in Russia in the mid-1950s, Podkletnov graduated with a master’s degree from the University of Chemical Technology, Mendeleyev Institute, in Moscow; he then spent 15 years at the Institute for High Temperatures in the Russian Academy of Sciences. Later he received a doctorate in materials science from Tampere University of Technology, and worked at the university, on superconductors, until 1996.

Podkletnov’s gravity shielding experiments

According to the account Podkletnov gave to reporter Charles Platt in a 1996 phone interview, during a 1992 experiment with a rotating superconducting disk,

Someone in the laboratory was smoking a pipe, and the pipe smoke rose in a column above the superconducting disc. So we placed a ball-shaped magnet above the disc, attached to a balance. The balance behaved strangely. We substituted a nonmagnetic material, silicon, and still the balance was very strange. We found that any object above the disc lost some of its weight, and we found that if we rotated the disc, the effect was increased.

Podkletnov wrote a paper reporting that the gravitational force directly above the disk was about 0.3% less than normal. He concluded that the superconducting disk was altering the Earth’s gravitational force above it. (Since this initial experiment, Podkletnov claims, he has improved his technique, allegedly obtaining as much as a 2% decrease in the gravitational force.)

Podkletnov’s gravity reflection beam

In a second interview (1997) by Wired magazine reporter Charles Platt, Podkletnov told Platt that he was continuing to work on gravitation, claiming that with new collaborators at an un-named “chemical research center” in Moscow he has built a new device. He said:

Normally there are two spheres, and a spark jumps between them. Now imagine the spheres are flat surfaces, superconductors, one of them a coil or O-ring. Under specific conditions, applying resonating fields and composite superconducting coatings, we can organize the energy discharge in such a way that it goes through the center of the electrode, accompanied by gravitation phenomena – reflecting gravitational waves that spread through the walls and hit objects on the floors below, knocking them over…The second generation of flying machines will reflect gravity waves and will be small, light, and fast, like UFOs. I have achieved impulse reflection; now the task is to make it work continuously.[6]

More recently, in collaboration with Italian physicist Giovanni Modanese, Podkletnov has reported on a similar device which he claims generates a coherent gravity repulsion beam. (See the citation below.) Supporters claim it has been seen to move a pendulum located 150 meters away in another building. Allegedly, Podkletnov has observed that the “backside” of this second device emits “radiation” (not otherwise specified) which seems to be dangerous to biological tissues.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eugene_Podkletnov

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Evgeny Podkletnov and Giovanni Modanese, Impulse Gravity Generator Based on Charged YBa_2Cu_3O_{7-y} Superconductor with Composite Crystal Structure, unpublished eprint dated 30 Aug 2001.

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World Solar Challenge Trophy

World Solar Challenge Trophy

Then in the 1987 race, the GM Sunraycer completed the same North-South 3010 km trip with an average speed of 67 kmh, setting the scene for an extensive research and development program among the teams.

When the Solar Race teams design their electrical systems they have to allow for variations in sunlight. The Sun’s energy powers the car’s motor and charges a battery for use when the Sun is hidden by a cloud. If a car is designed to put all of its energy toward driving and keeps nothing in reserve, it will come to a halt in cloudy weather.  If too much energy is diverted to the battery, the engine runs too slowly to keep up in the race.  The ratio of energy stored and energy used directly, is therefore quite an important compromise.

While engineers and still have many problems to tackle before solar power becomes an efficient and economical way to fuel vehicles, it is hoped that the constant development from racing events, will hasten a solution.  The best bit about  using solar power for transportation is that it’s pollution free and inexhaustible.

The Solar Wing, Japanese electric racing car

WHAT IS A SOLAR CAR

A solar car is an electric vehicle powered by solar energy obtained from solar panels on the car. Solar cars are not currently a practical form of transportation as they can only operate during the day and can only carry one or two passengers. However, they are raced in competitions such as the World Solar Challenge and the American Solar Challenge. These events are often sponsored by Government agencies such as the United States Department of Energy keen to promote the development of alternative energy technology such as solar cells. Such challenges are often entered by universities to develop their students engineering and technological skills as well as motor vehicle manufacturers such as GM and Honda.

There are three basic types of transmissions used in solar cars:

  • a single reduction direct drive
  • a variable ratio drive belt
  • a hub motor

There are several varieties of each type. The most common is the direct drive transmission.

Honda solar powered racing car, Darwin to Adelaide World Solar Challenge

Mechanical systems

The mechanical systems are designed to keep friction and weight to a minimum while maintaining strength. Designers normally use titanium and composites to ensure a good strength-to-weight ratio.

Solar cars usually have three wheels, but some have four. Three wheelers usually have two front wheels and one rear wheel: the front wheels steer and the rear wheel follows. Four wheel vehicles are set up like normal cars or similarly to three wheeled vehicles with the two rear wheels close together.

Solar cars have a wide range of suspensions because of varying bodies and chassis. The most common front suspension is the double-A-arm suspension found in traditional cars. The rear suspension is often a trailer-arm suspension found in motor cycles.

Solar cars are required to meet rigorous standards for brakes. Disc brakes are the most commonly used due to their good braking ability and ability to adjust. Mechanical and hydraulic brakes are both widely used with the brakes designed to move freely by minimise brake drag.

Steering systems for solar cars also vary. The major design factors for steering systems are efficiency, reliability and precision alignment to minimise tire wear and power loss. The popularity of solar car racing has led to some tire manufacturers designing tires for solar vehicles. This has increased overall safety and performance.

SOLAR CAR PART FINDER

Sunseeker solar car Michigan University

Composite materials are widely used in solar cars. Carbon fibre, Kevlar and fibreglass are common composite structural materials while foam and honeycomb are commonly used filler materials. Epoxy resins are used to bond these materials together. Carbon fibre and kevlar structures can be as strong as steel but with a much lighter weight.

http://www.speedace.info/solar_cars.htm

The electrical energy carried onboard a BEV to power the motors is obtained from a variety of battery chemistries arranged into battery packs. For additional range genset trailers or pusher trailers are sometimes used, forming a type of hybrid vehicle. Batteries used in electric vehicles include “flooded” lead-acid, absorbed glass mat, NiCd, nickel metal hydride, Li-ion, Li-poly and zinc-air batteries.

Thomas Edison  – 1912 Detroit Electric

http://www.speedace.info/electric_cars.htm

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Battery electric vehicles or BEVs are electric vehicles whose main energy storage is in the chemical energy of batteries. BEVs are the most common form of what is defined by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) as zero emission (ZEV) passenger automobiles, because they produce no emissions while being driven.

The electrical energy carried onboard a BEV to power the motors is obtained from a variety of battery chemistries arranged into battery packs. For additional range genset trailers or pusher trailers are sometimes used, forming a type of hybrid vehicle. Batteries used in electric vehicles include “flooded” lead-acid, absorbed glass mat, NiCd, nickel metal hydride, Li-ion, Li-poly and zinc-air batteries.

Venturi Fetish production electric 0-100km/h in 4.5 secs

http://www.speedace.info/electric_cars.htm

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Mercedes Benz F 600 Hygenius

The new F 600 HYGENIUS is the latest in the series of research vehicles from Mercedes-Benz that point the way forwards for the future. Powered by a zero-emission fuel cell drive with an output of 85 kW/115 hp, the compact-class car with a family-friendly design consumes the equivalent of 2.9 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres and has an operating range in excess of 400 kilometres.

Dr. Thomas Weber, Daimler-Chrysler AG Board Member for Research & Technology and Head of Development at the Mercedes Car Group, said: “By developing the fuel cell, we are creating a new basis for supplying energy in tomorrow’s vehicles which will make a further lasting improvement to their environmental compatibility.”   “This represents a major step towards bringing the fuel cell drive up to full production maturity, a goal that we aim to achieve some time between 2012 and 2015.”

In addition to the fuel cell technology, the Mercedes-Benz research vehicle also showcases an operating concept with virtual displays, new-style seats and other pioneering technologies designed to enhance safety and passenger comfort.

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Some recent handheld device battery designs by Toshiba [8] are claimed to be capable of accepting an 80% charge in as little as 60 seconds. Scaling this specific power characteristic up to the same 7 kWh EV pack would result in the need for a peak of 336 kW of power from some source for those 60 seconds. It is not clear that such batteries will work directly in BEVs as heat build-up may make them unsafe.

Most people do not require fast recharging because they have enough time (6 to 8 hours) during the work day or overnight to refuel. As the charging does not require attention it takes a few seconds for an owner to plug in and unplug their vehicle. Many BEV drivers prefer refueling at home, avoiding the inconvenience of visiting a petrol station. Some workplaces provide special parking bays for electric vehicles with charging equipment provided.

Austria Solar electric car 1991

http://www.speedace.info/electric_cars.htm

Some USA EV fans have accused the three major domestic manufacturers, General Motors, Chrysler Corporation and Ford Motor Company of deliberately sabotaging their own electric vehicle efforts through several methods: failing to market, failing to produce appropriate vehicles, failing to satisfy demand, and using lease-only programs with prohibitions against end of lease purchase. By these actions they have managed to terminate their BEV development and marketing programs despite operators’ offers of purchase and assumption of maintenance liabilities. They also point to the Chrysler “golf cart” program as an insult to the marketplace and to mandates, accusing Chrysler of intentionally failing to produce a vehicle usable in mixed traffic conditions.

The manufacturers, in their own defense, have responded that they only make what the public wants. EV fans point out that this response is the same argument used by GM to justify the intensively promoted 11 mpg 6500 lb (2,950 kg) Hummer H2 SUV. Of the various BEVs marketed by the “Big Three”, only the General Motors EV1 (manufactured by GM) and the Th!nk City (imported and marketed by Ford) came close to being appropriate configurations for a mass market. However, at the end of their programs GM destroyed its fleet, despite offers to purchase them by their drivers. Ford’s Norwegian-built “Th!nk” fleet was covered by a three-year exemption to the standard U.S. Motor Vehicle Safety laws, after which time Ford had planned to dismantle and recycle its fleet; the company was, however, persuaded by activists to not destroy its fleet but return them to Norway and sell them as used vehicles. Ford also sold a few lead-acid battery Ranger EVs, and some fleet purchase Chevrolet S-10 EV pickups are being refurbished and sold on the secondary market.

(from)

http://www.speedace.info/electric_cars.htm

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100% Electric – Zero Air Pollution (ZAP)

ZAP is a leading distributor of affordable, efficient, 100% electric vehicles in the United States and has established a network of licensed automobile dealers throughout the United States. Plans for European distribution are underway as well. In January 2009, ZAP unveiled a high performance electric roadster called the Alias which is planned for deliveries in late 2010. ZAP launched the XEBRA in 2006. Our first automotive product comes in a four-passenger sedan version and a two-passenger utility pickup truck.. Almost all EVs sold are LSVs. With speed restricted to 25 MPH. Xebra Zapcars and Zaptrucks are licensed to go up to 40 MPH to fill the growing demand for electric vehicles in use for urban, in-town driving. Other vehicles sold by ZAP include the XL truck, the Zapvan Shuttle, and ATV called Dude and the always popular Zappy3 scooter line.

Contact Us About Special Fleet Pricing and Available Incentives
Tax Credits Apply to ZAP vehicles, see chart below

http://www.zapworld.com/



ZAP has been tirelessly perfecting the Xebra line in order to give our end users the ultimate electric experience. Our 2009 Xebra Truck is packed with exciting new features, while providing the same low operating cost and ease of use, which has defined the Xebra line for over two years.

Classified as a motorcycle, the Xebra can legally travel up to speeds of forty miles per hour, while other electric vehicles, such as vehicles in the NEV (Neighborhood Electric Vehicle) category are speed limited to twenty-five miles per hour.


Providing you with a range up to forty miles with ideal driving conditions, the ZAP Xebra Truck provides you and one passenger with a payload of 500 lbs.

Providing you with a range up to forty miles with ideal driving conditions, the ZAP Xebra Truck provides you and one passenger with a payload of 500 lbs.

Providing you with a range up to forty miles with ideal driving conditions, the ZAP Xebra Truck provides you and one passenger with a payload of 500 lbs.

http://www.zapworld.com/zap-xebra-electric-truck

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Navistar Continues to Build for the Future

Navistar’s new electric truckNavistar’s new electric truck is the nation’s first all-electric, purpose-built class 2c-3 truck. It was designed and built from the ground up to provide customers with a green, yet practical, transportation solution.

This class 2c-3 electric truck has an approximate range of 100 miles per charge, which makes it ideal for many citywide applications. When it returns to its home base at the end of its day, it can be plugged in and fully recharged for the next day’s work.

Additional news and information about this innovative vehicle will be coming soon, so please sign up to the right if you’re interested in receiving additional information about Navistar’s electric truck.

http://www.navistar.com/Navistar/StaticPages/Promos/Navistar+Electric+Vehicle

Click here to download a product information sheet.

Born to be electric.

Designed and built from the ground up with one purpose, to be an electric vehicle that is a sound commercial decision.

No CO, CO2, NOX tailpipe emissions.

Approximately 100 mile range on a single charge.

It works all day and charges while you sleep.

Be seen to be green.

A striking, eye-catching design that visibly demonstrates your serious commitment to preserving the environment.

Urban Savvy.

Plenty of get-up-and-go with exceptional maneuverability to handle busy urban traffic challenges.

GVWR of 12,100 lbs. Up to 4,400 lb. payload.

220V Split Phase (2x110V) Electrical Charging

Quick, efficient. Plug it in at night, it’s ready to go in the morning.

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This two-page pdf shows the NavStar International – Electric Truck brochure with a nifty picture of it fitted out for work and a photo of the interior cab. I saved it and I’m printing it out. It is definitely a go-see. – my note, cricketdiane

http://www.navistar.com/NavistarDotCom/StaticPages/Promos/Navistar%20Electric%20Vehicle/NavFlyr_EV_HIREZ.PDF

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New York Times (blog)

Daimler, BYD to create electric car for China‎ –

4 days ago

FRANKFURT (MarketWatch) — Germany’s Daimler AG (NYSE:DAI) 50-50 research and technology joint venture that will develop an electric vehicle for China.
MarketWatch113 related articles »

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  1. Germany Boosts Electric Vehicle Development | Worldwatch Institute


    Sep 4, 2009 To achieve its target of a 40-percent emissions reduction sectorwide by 2020, Germany plans to use the long-awaited electric vehicle plan to
    http://www.worldwatch.orgEye on EarthEnergy and ClimateCachedSimilar

  2. Germany to launch electric-car ‘filling station’ network | Green


    Sep 8, 2008 A joint effort by Daimler and a German utility will bring 100 electric town cars to Berlin which can be charged from a network of 500
    news.cnet.com/8301-11128_3-10034960-54.html

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Honda Oree Electric Motorcycle Concept
A design project by German college students Nike Albertus and Andre Look, the Honda Oree is a electric motorcycle concept model debuting at the 2008 INTERMOT Bike Show.

Honda Oree Electric Motorcycle Concept
The Oree concept is powered by an electric motor with battery packs mounted on the circular exterior.

http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/354/2108/Motorcycle-Article/Honda-Oree-Electric-Motorcycle-Concept.aspx

The Oree was met with enthusiasm in the Innovation Café. “The response at the Intermot Cologne was stunning,” confirms Look, “even a lot of Ducati riders were zealous about the look of the bike and the idea behind it.”

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First look at the KTM Freeride: Electric motorcycle photos leak from Germany

by Devon Brozek (RSS feed) on Mar 24th 2010 at 8:29AM Tokyo

KTM Freeride electric motorcycle concept – Click above for image gallery

We first brought you news of KTM’s planned debut of two new electric motorcycle only days ago. It appeared as if the world would have to wait for the Tokyo Motorcycle Show and the official March 26th release date to get its eyes on fully exposed photos.

If you were holding your breath for the unveiling, you can thank German mag Motorrad for breaking the photos early. As we can see now, the supermoto and enduro versions differ quite extensively, despite sharing a frame and power-train. The unique single crown fork protruding from a BMX-like handlebar and headtube combination holding a single headlight certainly set the slick-tired version apart from its knobby clad counterpart. We can’t help but notice the rather dainty tubular steel frame on each model, despite plastic covers that give the illusion of a much beefier unit.

http://www.autoblog.com/2010/03/24/first-look-at-the-ktm-freeride-electric-motorcycle-photos-leak/

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Second German Electric Vehicle Congress

June 17 – 18, 2010

World Conference Center Bonn

http://www.e-mobil-kongress.de/home?lng=en

—– Only 3 weeks left! Don’t miss the electric mobility event of the year. —–

—– More than 500 expected participants, 45 speakers and 30 exhibitors are part of the biggest electric mobility conference in Germany —–

—– Simultaneous translation German <–> English —–

Speakers of the following companies/institutes/associations have confirmed their participation:
Audi – AVL List – BMW  – Bosch – Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit – BYD – Continental – Daimler – Deutsche Bahn – EnergieAgentur.NRW – Ernst & Young  – Ford  – IAV – IBM Research – Institut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe – Öko-Institut – RWTH Aachen – Renault/Nissan – Roland Berger – RWE  – Siemens – TÜV SÜD – Volkswagen – and many more

Up-To Date Programme-Flyer:

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Zweiter Deutscher Elektro-Mobil Kongress

17. + 18. Juni 2010

World Conference Center Bonn

—– Nur noch 3 Wochen: Verpassen Sie nicht das Elektromobilitätsevent des Jahres! —–

—– Mehr als 500 Teilnehmer, 45 Referenten und über 30 Aussteller erwarten Sie am 17. + 18. Juni 2010 im World Conference Center Bonn beim größten Fachkongress Deutschlands. —–

Referenten folgender Firmen/Institute/Verbände haben zugesagt:
Audi – AVL List – BMW  – Bosch – Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit – BYD – Continental – Daimler – Deutsche Bahn – EnergieAgentur.NRW – Ernst & Young  – Ford  – IAV – IBM Research – Institut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe – Öko-Institut – Renault/Nissan – Roland Berger – RWE  – Siemens – TÜV SÜD – Volkswagen – u.v.m.

Aktueller Programmflyer:

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