Sep 30, 2015 - 08:16 am

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Webasto, Daymak.

ORNL-House-eCar3D-printed home with hybrid: The Oak Ridge National Laboratory presented a 3D-printed building complete with solar panels and a hybrid vehicle, also fresh from the press. The vehicle is charged wirelessly with solar power and doubles as a battery and energy source for the house during the darker seasons.
reuters.com, ornl.gov

Scaling up: Webasto will present its electric High-Voltage Heater (HVV) for hybrid and electric vehicles at the Busworld in Belgium next month. Originally developed for passenger cars, the company successfully adapted it for buses and commercial vehicles as well.
webasto.com

The Chameleon by Daymak is true to its name, as the e-bike is a scooter and a bicycle. The pedals are more decorative, as the bike reaches 32 kph rather effortlessly. Via a Bluetooth app, drivers can customise their ride from turbo to off-road and eco mode. It is now available on the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform from 599 dollars.
prnewswire.com, gizmag.com, indiegogo.com

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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2015/09/30/oak-ridge-national-laboratory-webasto-daymak/
30.09.2015 08:32