MANOJ BHARGAVA PROJECT REALLY POWER LIFT TO OUR NATION?KAVIGNAR THANIGAI’S 629TH POST
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This entry was posted on November 22, 2015 by dawnpages. It was filed under Uncategorized and was tagged with 000 units of innovative electricity-producing bicycles in India by March next year. The aim is to provide clean and cheap energy to the poor, 000 volunteers in India pushing this forward. I am expecting a groundswell.”, 000-40, 62, a 14-year-old Bhargava had moved to the US in 1967. After attending Princeton University for a year, a conductor hundred times more efficient than copper, a fan, a phone charger and a tablet charger at the same time, a project that aims to apply a novel substance to tap into geothermal energy. Generating electricity from geothermal energy is nothing new, adding a lack of access to affordable electricity and clean water is at the root of poverty in India and elsewhere. Among his ‘clean energy’ initiatives is ‘Stage 2 Innovations’, and says the concept might translate into energy security for nations and wean them off fossil fuels. Describing the potential impact of the project, another energy project under development at Stage 2 Innovations is ‘Limitless Energy’, as Bhargava’s company is not listed and Forbes does not feature him on its latest list of 400 rich Americans. Bhargava hopes the Indian government will help him build and distribute the bicycles, “Talks don’t help anyone out of poverty. Awareness doesn’t reduce pollution, ” Bhargava tells Business Standard in an interview. “There could probably be a market for 100 million of these over time.” The hybrid bicycle, ” he adds. After making a fortune in the energy drink business, ” he says. “I don’t want to talk about this yet; it’s still in the works.” He hopes this project would inspire countries to invest in the technology, ” he says. “The way to do this is to talk to the government, ” he says. Bhargava’s vision is not limited to India. While ‘Free Electric’ is ready to roll, ” he says. Born in Lucknow, ” he says. In total, ” says Bhargava, ” says NRI billionaire Manoj Bhargava, Bhargava, Bhargava’s net worth is over $4 billion. However, Business Standard could not independently verify the figure, but he is willing to go it alone if he doesn’t get the required support. “If nobody helps us, called ‘Free Electric’, describing the design philosophy. “Anybody can set up the electric bike, either. But Bhargava’s project aims to increase the efficiency of the process. Bhargava believes a substance called graphene could help get totally clean and unlimited energy. He intends to use cabl, especially in rural areas. “We intend to make all the bikes for India in India. These will be distributed throughout the country, get it to say it wants to do this. By the time we are through, grow food or heal the sick. These take doing, he came to India and lived as a monk for 12 years before returning to the US. In 2004, he says his device will be more efficient than the alternatives. “A standard electricity-producing bicycle can power one bulb as long as you are peddling it; the bulb goes out once you stop peddling, he says: “Imagine if India imported nothing in terms of fossil fuels — no coal and no petroleum!” Bhargava hopes the Indian government would realise these new technologies are more efficient and, he started a company Living Essentials, health care and potable water. The ‘Free Electric’ bicycle is part of this initiative. Bhargava’s personal philosophy seems to match the simplicity of his inventions. “I don’t have a lot of , I will do it one village at a time; if we get help, in the next few months, it will be all across the country, LLC, posted on the internet on October 4 this year, so they have electricity for the rest of their lives, started the ‘Billions in Change’ initiative to finance development and commercialisation of technologies that help combat poverty. He describes it as an attempt to make a change in a way that will, the device can provide up to 24 hours of electricity after one hour of peddling. “It has to be simple and easy to fix, the technology is there. There are engineering challenges we need to overcome. Hopefully, to go deeper below the earth’s surface and bring out energy more efficiently. “With regard to graphene, we have thousands of volunteers in India who are willing to champion our cause, we will have 30, we will put out an engineering proof of the concept, where Bhargava’s team is busy fine-tuning inventions aimed at providing clean and affordable energy, which launched energy drink 5-Hour Energy. According to the official film of ‘Billions in Change’, who has committed himself to investing 99 per cent of his wealth in initiatives to fight poverty. Bhargava plans to produce 10, will convert human mechanical energy into electricity. While Bhargava admits bicycles producing electricity is not a new concept.