Thu, 15 Jul 2010 7:00p.m.
Campbell Live meets two Westies and an invention that is turning cars into energy generators.
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25/03/2013 8:21:01 p.m.
Lindsay Curnow wrote:
July 2010: Judder bars: Turning cars into energy generators
Can you tell me what became of this great idea?
I can't find any mention of it after 2010.
23/07/2010 6:02:10 p.m.
Justin Robertson wrote:
Good morning to all. Anyone wishing to contact either Kevin or myself can do so at the following emails:firstname.lastname@example.org@enerv8.netI look forward to hearing from youregards. Justin
22/07/2010 5:41:17 p.m.
Hi Kevin, please flick me an email we are involve in the renewable energy industry and are interested in your product... Would love to discuss further...
22/07/2010 10:35:36 a.m.
Kevin/Justin...How do we get in touch with you guys?
18/07/2010 12:35:39 a.m.
Daniel, gracias por tu comentario. Hemos tenido especial cuidado en no copiar patentes personas. Nuestro progreso ha demostrado que no ha copiado alguna patente, sino que han mejorado en muchos de crear nuestra idea.
18/07/2010 12:28:41 a.m.
Thanks to all for your comments, it is much appreciated as public feedback and opinion helps with business development. We are indeed seeking additional investment. Liz its good talking to you, thank you for getting in touch. Mr Mark Coats, if you're after a serious chat I'm ready to have a talk. Regards to all and thank you for the feedback and interest.
17/07/2010 2:52:17 p.m.
buena idea pero creo que es una copia de una idea patentisada en Republica Dominicana por un ingeniero. De todos modos es bueno que alguien la ponga a funcionar.
17/07/2010 11:14:14 a.m.
As others have said, there is no free lunch. The way Campbell introduced it (and with his usual serious face) gave the impression that this would solve our energy crisis. That, of course, is nonsense. This is more energy consevation (useful but not a panacaea) than energy production.
17/07/2010 3:52:21 a.m.
I guess the placement of this device would be key. If you just randomly installed them in a mall you would be wasting fuel from the car to power the mall. However, a lot of parking lots have speed bumps to keep people from speeding, so if those were replaced with these then there would be no additional loss of power from the car. I think this is a great concept, but scary if misused. A mall could install these all over and have their customers power the entire complex with fuel from the car.
16/07/2010 9:48:54 p.m.
errol: the cost of the generating system would be offset over time by using less electricity from the power grid.
It would however be wrong to install these on flat level ground unless they were replacing speed bumps.
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