The Nation-Hummer H1 Goes Green

Hummer-Electric-Vehicle Nation-E has revealed their electric Hummer H1 called AngelH1 developed to offer electricity to stranded vehicles, complete buildings, hospitals, construction sites and any other place where it may be required.

This electric vehicle Hummer H1 was developed to help in such cases as earthquakes or tornadoes, electricity blackouts and other crisis events that may require electric power. With the full electric AngelH1, previously inaccessible territories become accessible and emergency units can fully function using the mobile energy supply of the AngelH1.

The electric Hummer H1 has a 60 kW battery and the company says it can be used as energy carrier for satellites and other communication devices providing an extensive range of energy for transmission of content.  It is set to revolutionize the complete automotive market, adding its newest addition, the full electric vehicle, Hummer H1 to the Angel Car portfolio of mobile charging solutions for electric vehicles that are stranded on the road.

Because is fully electrified, completely free of greenhouse gas emissions, and has a customizable range the Nation-E is currently trying to partner with as many countries as possible. The focus is on all countries with growing e-mobility, including European countries like Germany, Italy, Finland, as well as Israel and USA.

Furthermore, The Nation-E AngelH1 electric vehicle will be on display at the E-Car-Tec exhibition in Munich, Germany, between 19 and 21 October 2010.  It will be showcasing its revolutionary Angel Cars, as well as the first ever zero-emissions concert powering the stage for DJ Julia Siegel, daughter of the famous song writer Ralph Siegel (who wrote the songs for Eurovision) for three full concert hours. The performance will take place completely off grid, using solely the electricity provided by Nation-E’s scalable energy storage solutions.

If there isn’t something more to say lets wait for the Munich exhibition reviews on it.

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Posted by on October 5, 2010. Filed under Electric vehicles. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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