And Yet It Moves!
Italian: Eppur si muove - a phrase said to have been uttered by the Italian mathematician, physicist and philosopher Galileo Galilei (1564–1642).
What about the circles at the picture? Do they move?
The standing, yet rotating circles, represent the innovative ideas that we wish to bring before the general public to move the thinking of people with new concepts and priciples - for example the GridFree concept!
Be careful about the DC voltage accidents!
GWL/Power Electromobility October 2012
The electromobility in a daily use: every day we drive 200 to 350 km in electric cars. We power the cars by the electricity that we produce locally from solar panels. No need to pay for the gasoline, no need to worry about the price of the petrol in the future.
The Edison bulb
In 1879, Edison made a successful demonstration the electric light bulb. Following the success, Edison started commercial production of the Edison bulbs. Please see a photo of the 220V Edison brand bulb in comparison with the modern time 230V bulb. The modern time bulb is smaller and using a thinner glass so it is lighter and requires less material for production.
Solar Powered Car from China
GWL/Power team ready in Action!
We seldom take photos of ourselves… however here is a rare photo of three members of the GWL/Power team.
The need for simple mobility - EV Tricycle
While the official vehicle manufacturers are ever delaying the coming of the EV vehicles, there are many simple mobility projects that go ahead with the EV solutions. (Link)
Did you as a child like to play with batteries?
We do…. Our youngest technology group member, Tony, is trying to lift up the 400AH monolitic LiFeYPO4 cell. Still too heavy for a child of his age.
As you can see, the LFP cells are safe and non-toxic with no danger to be handled by children’s hands. Would you do this with LEAD-ACID batteries?
Do you remember your first electric car?
The first car that many people ever drove for the first time in their life was electric. Yes, for many boys or girls the first car they ever drove was the electric “bumper-car” onto an autodrome.
While the big auto-makers have only full mouths of empty promises, the many local EV hobbists make the real electric cars.