Let’s imagine, there is a huge wall surrounding Zurich city. Only e-cars are allowed to pass the barriers to get into the town. In the picture below the red line shows the wall. (Source: google.ch/maps) Calculation of exhaust emissions The Swiss … Continue reading Zurich city without fuel-powered cars
Introduction Today the world is running by electricity. Not everywhere and everything but almost. Even cars, buses and bicycles. At the end of the 19th century … Continue reading Get further with e-mobility!
During the last few weeks, we have dealt with the life cycle and the recycling of aircraft as part of our project “Project Website”. In Addition, we have researched an environmentally-friendly alternative energy and a calculator with that you can … Continue reading Have a pleasant flight with where2where
Einleitung Unsere Gruppe hat sich dazu entschieden, im Fach Technik & Umwelt folgende Fragen im Rahmen einer Gruppenarbeit zu beantworten: Overall Questions How can we reduce the emissions of CO2 most effectively? Disclaim to drive cars is one way but … Continue reading Q45 – Aviation, emissions and new technologies.
Q15: How much energy do I consume per day and how can I calculate it? Team: Daily Energy, Larissa and Meret Maeva We chose this question because we found it really interesting to see how much energy a normal person … Continue reading Q15 – How much energy do I consume per day and how can I calculate it?
Questions A) How does an electric car work? B) How long does it take you to charge an electric car and how much km can you … Continue reading Q70 – Electric Car’s Power
Introduction For our project in Technology & Environment we focused on the topic of Electric Cars. We’ve made some interviews, test drives and a short video clip. Our goal was to find out how an Electric Car works and figure … Continue reading Q50 – Driving an Electric Car