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electric car

Going Solar for EVs and more!

July 26, 2013

About a month ago, I was at the MREA – the Midwest Renewable Energy Association Fair – where I was showing off my electric motorcycle and giving presentations of DIY Clean Transportation. But probably my favorite thing of that weekend was my cobbled together Vehicle to Grid display! Ahead of time, I had talked to […]

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Earthineer Electric Car

October 4, 2011

Just over a week ago, I was at a ski resort in Pennsylvania at the Mother Earth News Fair, giving a presentation on how I built my own electric motorcycle. A while back, I wondered why they didn’t ask me to also give a presentation on my electric car. Did they have someone else giving […]

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VIDEO: Build Your Own Electric Car Motor Controller (Open ReVolt)

June 11, 2011

Last weekend, I had a great time at the Mother Earth Fair in Puyallup, WA. My friend Paul met me at the airport. Both he and I were presenters at the Fair. It was great to have such a fantastic audience for our presentations. Since I was already there, and had my camera handy, I […]

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Sunday Night after Mother Earth News Fair

June 6, 2011

Today was a good day. I spent it all at the Mother Earth Fair in Puyallup, Washington. Now, you may know that I’m big on electric cars – building them, driving them, and talking with other fellow EV’ers. A grand start to the day was Paul Holmes giving a presentation on the Open ReVolt motor […]

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First Ride in an Electric Car

October 20, 2010

Somebody very special just got to go for a a ride in an electric car. What’s really cool about it, is it’s only the second time in her life she has ever been in a car at all. My first-born daughter, Sophia Elizabeth is two days old. We just came home from the hospital this […]

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Electric Car High School Class?

April 7, 2010

For some time, I have been thinking that it would be great to have a high-school class in electric car construction. When I was in high school, algebra and other requirements were not my favorite thing. It seemed like most of my classes weren’t things that would be useful in life. Certainly they were not […]

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