Run for 200 km in One Charge
A marathon of EVs powered by zinc-air fuel cells (ZAFCs)

=== Sep. 20, 2001) ===

-- an excerpt translated from the Shanghai Jiefang Daily (September 20, 2001)

The race started at 9 a.m. and lasted all the way to 7 p.m. The electric scooter with the highest speed ran for 250 km, while the electric bicycle with the lowest speed ran for an outstanding 153 km ?The extraordinary "stamina" of the four "competitors" (EVs) came from an extraordinary "heart" -- zinc-air fuel cell (ZAFC) ?According to the rider of the 24-volt e-scooter: if a lead-acid battery was used, the scooter would weigh 31 kg; but with ZAFC, the vehicle only weighed 16 kg, which was much lighter, energy-conserving, and ?According to the rider of the 48-volt e-scooter: the total energy capacity of a lead-acid battery was 1,250Wh, which could cover at most 60 km per recharge; but now with ZAFCs, the total energy capacity was 6,540 Wh, which could easily cover a marathon of 200 km per recharge.


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