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Russian Eco-Friendly Car Developed
20.04.2009 13:13
Russian Eco-Friendly Car Developed
The electric car, created in Russia

Scientists from St. Petersburg developed an ecologically friendly car, which accumulators recharge during nighttime.
      When the sun shines, solar batteries get energy straight during driving.
      The cars body origins from a German electric car, and its filling was developed in Russia. The vehicle moves by means of a 3-kilowatt electric motor, feeding from an accumulator.
      The cars maximum speed is 40 kmph. On a sunny day solar batteries deliver energy to the vehicle, even when it is in a traffic jam. When clouds cover the sky (or at night), it takes the accumulator eight hours to get full charge. The car is charged by means of an environmentally safe unit, which produces energy from renewable resources.
      Source: RIA Novosti


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