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Nepal gets Battery-Powered Cars

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Shree Eco Visionary (SEV) of Nepal has developed battery-powered vehicles from ordinary car batteries. All the more we should be convinced that high-tech innovations can be developed via low-tech means. Their 3-wheeler electric vehicles have been plying the streets of Kathmandu on AC power since 2004.

The vehicles run on 2 packs of 6 batteries — one on the front and another at the back side. The charger can be hooked up on regular house sockets (15 amps) for around 7 to 8 hours.

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Speed can reach up to 70 kmph. Power consumption costs about $2.50 per 60 km. Equivalent gas consumption is about 29 kms. per liter (at current gas price of Php52/liter).

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Each vehicle costs about $13,500 a pop — a bit pricey but the savings could offset the initial investment.

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Como Enamorar A Una Chica
12 years ago

Buenos días!. Muy buen artículo, agregaré tu blog a mi lector de noticias. Hasta luego!

Aja Lapus
14 years ago

Ahh, now I get what you mean. Sorry ’bout the confusion. :D

Aja Lapus
14 years ago

Yuga, did you mean 29 km per $2.50? Because, our car could only get up to 10 km per liter. So a 29-km per liter car would be so efficient, you wouldn’t need those battery-powered cars. :)

Mike
14 years ago

The battery should be given also some consideration coz this kind of batteries are the deep cycle type which is quite expensive when its time for replacement.

manu
14 years ago

this is something cool, mura pa…..i heard meron na din dito nyan…..

jhay
14 years ago

How does the e-jeepney of Makati compare to this vehicle?

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