Great article on the electric car vehicle book Build Your Own Electric Vehicle and thanks to The Journal News. I recently received comments that some people. They thought from the picture that I am converting GEM cars or low speed vehicles. Now I worked to get Briarcliff Manor these actual electric vehicles!
The conversions talked about in the book are full performance vehicles.
Electric cars are coming closer to the corner auto showroom, but Seth Leitman doesn’t see the need for people to wait.
WITH MY BOOK Build Your Own Electric Vehicle!
“If people want to build their own electric cars, they can,” said the Briarcliff Manor resident, owner of the ETS Energy store, an online store selling environmentally sensitive products. He also recently finished updating a book called, appropriately enough, “Build Your Own Electric Vehicle.”
In 2010, for instance, Chevrolet plans to introduce the Volt, a car expected to travel so far on pure electricity that engineers are working on ways to keep the gasoline in the fuel tank from going bad, a spokesman said.
But Leitman, 37, said there’s no need to wait for cars powered from the home outlet to come to the local car dealership. The book gives instructions on how to build an electric car from the ground up and how to convert an existing car to run off the plug.
I still can’t believe I am reading the article on me in The Journal News!
From the book now:
Seth Leitman, (Briarcliff Manor, NY) is currently President and Managing Member of the ETS Energy Store, LCC, which provides energy efficiency, electric transportation and organic, natural, and sustainable products for business and home use (from energy efficient bulbs to electric vehicle conversion referrals).
Previously, he worked for the New York State Power Authority and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, where he helped develop, market, and manage electric and hybrid vehicle programs serving New York State and the New York metropolitan area. Seth is the consulting editor for a series of upcoming titles called the “Green Guides,” which focus on implementing environmentally friendly technologies and making them work for you.