The University of Guelph, known for its agriculture and science, had teamed up with three other Ontario Universities to develop an eco -friendly car.Â With recent support from the Ontario Government, this project is well on its way to creating great strides for a healthier Canada.
” The concept is a step closer to reality today with the announcement that the provincial government is investing nearly $6 million in the BioCar Initiative, a multi-university project led by the University of Guelph.
â€œThe BioCar initiative aligns some of the most distinctive innovation capacity in Ontario,â€ said Alan Wildeman, vice-president (research). â€œIt involves a consortium of universities working with two of the largest industries in Ontario, the automotive industry and the agricultural industry. This combination provides an unprecedented opportunity for the province to be seen as a major contributor to the global biobased industrial revolution that is occurring.â€
Support for the project will come from the Ontario Research Fund and was announced today in Toronto by Premier Dalton McGuinty, minister of research and innovation.
â€œItâ€™s a whole new way of looking at agriculture and a whole new relationship between the sector and Ontarioâ€™s economy,â€ said plant agriculture professor Larry Erickson, one of the lead researchers. â€œIt opens the door for a lot more approaches and utilization of crops. Now, agriculture is more than meat and potatoes; itâ€™s car parts, building materials, fuel and more.â€
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but you dont need millions to build a pollution-free street vehicle – only about USD 1.300 for self-constructing the ‘open source car’, driving 34 km/h on pure solar-power with a package of 36Volts DC batteries.
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