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Just opposite the fish & chips along Madeira Drive, Paul Johanssen really entered into the spirit of the Brighton to London Eco-Rally by filling his diesel-engined Lupo on cooking oil. He was awarded the affordability prize (Navman S90i satnav) for demonstrating one of the easiest and cheapest way to avoid fossil fuels.
Organic Power was formed in 1997 to market and develop the technology known as the Maltin® System. The Maltin® System is a simple but very effective waste treatment system based on a series of low energy tanks in lagoons reverses environmental pollution and produces renewable fuel for heating or cooling, or to power vehicles, or make electricity.
The 2008 Eco-Rally pit-stop will be in the heart of the commuter belt in Kent. Drivers and their passengers will experience local, seasonal food simply cooked and using the bounty of produce that surrounds them at the George & Dragon in Speldhurst, just outside of Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Join Revolve on the summer solstice and find out what eco-pioneers are already doing and how you can cut your car's carbon emissions now without costing the earth. Inspired by World Environment Day and the Love London, Love Your Planet festival, Revolve is challenging eco-motorists to prove you are really kicking the carbon habit. As a sequel to their inaugural event last year, Revolve is inviting members of the public to drive from Brighton to London in the greenest way you can.
Low maintenance, modular design, regenerative braking, re-fuelled with hydrogen in about 7 mins. Microcab is the brainchild of University of Coventry senior lecturer John Jostins. 3m long, the vehicle is compact but still has enough room for a wheelchair and user and can cover 100 miles on a full tank of hydrogen – a typical day’s usage for a city centre.