Taking old materials and making them into something brand new and completely eco-efficient it is exactly what Purdue University student Tony Coiro did with his 1978 Suzki motorcycle. Costing only a mere $50 at the time of purchase, over $2,500 was spent on the redesign and retrofitting of the bike.
This one-of-a-kind motorbike after its transformation can now go 24 miles per charge and a top speed of 45 mph -- all powered by solar energy. With this Tony Coiro breakthrough technology, the Purde EV Club is set to patent and commercialize its unique designs.
The Tony Coiro Electric Motorcycle is Powered by Renewable Solar Energy
1. Repurposed Materials - Embracing repurposed materials in product design to create eco-efficient and innovative solutions.
2. Solar-powered Transportation - Harnessing solar energy to power vehicles, reducing reliance on fossil fuels and promoting sustainable transportation options.
3. Green Retrofitting - Retrofitting existing vehicles and structures with eco-friendly technologies to enhance performance and reduce environmental impact.
1. Automotive - Opportunity for automakers to develop electric vehicles that utilize repurposed materials and solar energy for power.
2. Renewable Energy - Opportunity for renewable energy companies to create solar-powered solutions for transportation and infrastructure.
3. Sustainability Consulting - Opportunity for sustainability consultants to offer expertise in retrofitting existing vehicles and structures with green technologies.