anonymous
  • anonymous
Is it possible to convert a regular gas-fueled school bus to have solar panels without having to build a new bus?
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Koikkara
  • Koikkara
@Rebekahbekah...Ofcourse, Y not..... Recently....Researchers are working feverishly to break through the challenges presented ­by each potential fuel source. For example, cellulosic ethanol has been shown to make a fine fuel, but the process of fermenting it from plants like switchgrass is expensive. Electricity can (and does) power cars, but hybrid vehicles still require gas to operate . And all-electric vehicles must be plugged into an electrical outlet to recharge the batteries after a couple hundred miles. What's more, most of the electricity used to juice up the car is being generated at power plants fueled by coal or natural gas, which emit pollutants. It'll probably take a combination of all of these types of alternative energy to get India off its oil addiction. And it looks like hydrogen will play a major role as well. Hydrogen is the lightest and simplest element known to man, and it has a high energy yield. It's also all around us: Think water.

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