A group of Egyptian students have prepared a vehicle which they say is that fighting energy costs and promoting clean energy will not lead to anything other than wind.
Undergraduate students, who built vehicles as part of the graduation project from Helwan University outside Cairo, are running a prototype a person vehicle that runs on compressed oxygen.
Vehicles like Go-karts come as Egypt moves forward with painful economic reforms, which include deep cuts in energy subsidies, measures related to the three-year 12 billion dollar (about Rs 82,300 crore) IMF loan program will start at the end of 2016. it was done.
The students say their vehicle can hit 40 kilometres an hour and last 30 kilometres before needing to be refuelled, and it only costs about EGP 18,000 ($1,008.40) to build.
“The operational cost of the vehicle… will be almost nothing. You are basically using compressed air. You are not paying for fuel and also you do not need cooling,” said Mahmoud Yasser, a student who helped design it.
The team is now looking to raise funding to expand the project and mass produce the vehicles. They believe they can eventually get the vehicles to top 100 kilometres an hour and run for 100 kilometres before needing to come up for air.
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