Nova Technologies Pursuing Self-Charging Vehicle Technology
Date: Saturday, December 30, 2006 @ 14:25:56 GMT
Topic: Devices


From PESN.com News: Institute claims to be developing a "self-recharging electric vehicle, capable of converting ambient energy sources into usable electrical power efficiently enough to power a 1,500 pound vehicle at highway speeds for unlimited distances without the combustion of any kind of fuel or emission of any exhaust."



SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, USA -- On Saturday, December 30, 2006, from 4:00 to 4:55 pm Mountain time, Sterling D. Allan will conduct a live interview of David G. Yurth, who is the Director of Science and Technology at the Nova Institute of Technology, whose purpose is to champion the germination, incubation and commercialization of sustainable leading edge technologies.

After nine years of reviewing several hundred technologies, the institute is presently focusing on a small handful of technologies, several of which are energy-related.


Self-Recharging Electric Vehicle

The interview Saturday will focus on the "self-recharging electric vehicle" (SREV), that will be "capable of converting ambient energy sources into usable electrical power efficiently enough to power a 1,500 pound vehicle at highway speeds for unlimited distances without the combustion of any kind of fuel or emission of any exhaust." (Ref.)

Conceived ten years ago, only more recently has substantial progress been made now that many of the enabling technologies needed to support its design are finally emerging in usable, sufficiently matured embodiments.

The following is an excerpt from a document produced by Yurth describing the SREV technology.

More: David G. Yurth Nova Tech.






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