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Off-Grid Solar Car needs only a quarter of gas (eq) per 100 km

01-17-2019 02:07 PM CET | Energy & Environment

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When VIolet is travelling at 60km/h, she uses the same amount of energy as a toaster.

When VIolet is travelling at 60km/h, she uses the same amount of energy as a toaster.

Everywhere more and more cars are coming onto the market. The fronts of some pickups are even as tall as an adult. If we also remember that every 2nd advertising EURO comes from the auto industry, it is not surprising that we also buy what the auto industry serves us.

If engineers do not have to pay attention to sales, only 1/4 liter of diesel equivalent per 100 km is possible. (See also the petroleum barrel to kwh calculator on here on PV4.eu ) Or in terms of power units only 3.5 kWh per 100 km or 8 times more efficient than a Tesla.

☀️ When VIolet is travelling at 60km/h, she uses the same amount of energy as a toaster.

The extended range is also guaranteed with some 100 watts of semi-flexible photovoltaic modules. These so-called range extenders are a feature of solar cars that can travel as many thousands of kilometers a year without having to connect to the power grid (off-grid).

How much money can you save yourself with some PV modules on the car roof, you calculate for example with the Watt to Km to kWh to electricity cost calculator:

http://www.pv4.eu/off-grid-solar-car-needs-only-a-quarter-of-gas-eq-per-100-km_1723.html

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