Humans are not very efficient.
Bike and/or solar power may not be the best ways to charge up during cold, dark nights.
“This machine uses a special housing called a diffuser.
[Interview : Moon Jang-man, Inventor ] “The generator is attached to the bicycle so that electricity is created when you push the pedals.”
Three years ago, Moon Jang-man was working out of the back of a truck.
Itâ€™s an easy way for EV owners to make some cash off their home charging setup, or for businesses to install public charging stations in their parking lots.
In the future, when the power goes out at home, you won’t have to sit in the dark; you’ll just plug in your car.
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