Monday, October 4, 2010
The research team at A to Z Global Marketing Inc. Has succeeded in developing a power cell that runs on salt water as well as several other inexpensive chemical mixtures. One small unit already will power a reading lamp for months. Larger units will charge many types of storage batteries. Preliminary testing indicates that a 24 or 36 volt cell cluster will power an electric scooter several hundred miles on a few gallons of salt water or other inexpensive chemicals fuels formulated by the research team headed by Winchell and Barrett. The next step in the process is to develop the most efficient manufacturing process, and proper containment of the power cell. The goal is to make the cell easily field serviceable and transportable.
Once the power cell is scaled up in size the day of easily driving a thousand miles non stop in an electric vehicle may not be as far away as you think.