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May 31, 2012

Amateur Inventor in China May Have Created World's Greenest Car

Cars don’t get much greener. China’s Tang Zhenping has built an EV (electric vehicle) that “derives power from inertia when the car starts or stops, while a fan generates power as it rotates in the air currents when running at high speeds.” It is said to reach speeds of up to 55 MPH and the amateur inventor is in the process of developing the vehicle with a company in Mongolia. Something tells me we won’t see it on the M4 into Dublin or New Jersey Turnpike anytime soon but that doesn’t mean the earth wouldn’t be a cleaner place if we did.