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- Sun Dec 30, 2007 11:57 am
- Forum: Home Energy Area
- Topic: Which green eletricity supplier and can we trust them
- Replies: 7
- Views: 13319
I buy my electricity from Scottish Power. Most of their electricity is produced from hydro and wind with the shortfall made up from Scottish nuclear. I therefore know that I am paying for mostly green energy. The actual electricity in my wires may have been produced by a different process and a diff...
Hi My trike is 2 wheels forward like a hammer head shark rather than tadpole. The motor is a 6.7" Advanced DC rated at 48 volts and 6 HP. What happened was I could not resist buying this new motor worth Ã‚Â£400 off ebay for Ã‚Â£87. It is not quite big enough for an electric car, so I designed t...
If anyone saw the item on ITV news last night about destroying the rain forests in Indonesia to produce bio diesel, they will realise that bio diesel is not the panacea that many would have us believe.
Cheeky Chris, I could always get 25 mph. I have not measured the acceleration but it is quite brisk. It pulls a maximum of about 300 amps. My controller is limited to 400 amps I believe and I have a 350 amp main fuse which has never blown. I can do 30 mph up hill but at 50 mph everything shakes like...
- Wed Oct 03, 2007 8:16 pm
- Forum: Electrically assisted bikes
- Topic: Modifying my bike...
- Replies: 12
- Views: 20615
Whether you use batteries, capacitors or plug your ev into the mains with a very long extension lead (electric train perhaps) you are going to need a controller. It is what switches your motor on and off and allows it to accelerate or slow down. In its simplest form a controller may just be an on/of...
- Sat Sep 29, 2007 9:29 pm
- Forum: Citroen Berlingo Electrique or other PSA vehicles
- Topic: Extending range with additional batteries
- Replies: 3
- Views: 352
It would be far more efficient if you could just unplug your Berlingo batteries when low and plug in your trailer. I don't know how easy this would be to do on a Berlingo, but it would be easy on my truck.