Wednesday, 28 October 2009

Nepali lad builds solar vehicle

A 16 year-old nepali scientist har surprised with the successful trial run of his indigenous solah vehicle on tuesday. Kushal KC a 10th grader at local school paraded his vehicle around Baglung to the approval of a massive crowd gathered on roadside throughout the town. He has no formal training nor he did take help from any technician in making this vehicle. The vehicle includes a battery, motor and solar panel.
He has earlier made an helicopter and displayed in pokhara and kathmandu took just 40 days to put together the solar vehicle with material. The vehicle has six 20- watt panels and battery. So the vehicle can run in absence of sunlight. "i've made this vehicle to help reduce pollution and global warning" kc said claiming that the vehicle can hit a speed of 60 kmph. "in the next five year i will make others that can corsete with petrol cars in performance". He told
report from scientific nepal



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