Browsing the "DIY EV" Tag

Electric Car Conversions Gain Popularity In Australia

August 29th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

While many areas of America aren’t suited to the limited range and lack of charging infrastructure, it is nothing in comparison to Australia’s outback, where there could be hundreds of miles between filling stations. But even in Australia, DIYers and small shops are converting old cars into short-range EVs as petrol prices continue to rise


EZ-EV Open Source Trike Kit Seeks Funding

January 30th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

People have been building EVs out of their homes and small shops for decades now, but the recent surge in interest has led to DIYers trying to take their hobby full-time. Gary Krysztopik has been driving around his home-built “battery box on wheels” for more than three years, and he has now turned to the Internet to help him make DIY kits for interested parties to purchase.


DIY EV Kit Promises Educational Opportunities In Japan

July 20th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

It is no secret that the American education system is in need of some serious repairs. How that manifests itself is a project for people far smarter than I am, though if you ask me the biggest problem is a failure to engage students in interesting and creative ways. For inspiration, we need look no further than Japan, where a company has released a Do-It-Yourself electric car kit for the purpose of educating students and teachers alike



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