This Tesla Owner Builds All Sorts Of Interesting Electric Conversions
TESLA OWNER TINKERS WITH ELECTRIC CONVERSION PROJECTS
Guest Post: An owner of six Tesla vehicles over the past few years, Jonny Lee Tempest is an inventor, investor, retired Cirque Du Soleil Audio Engineer, certified Entertainment Electrician (ETCP-CEE) and member of MENSA. He’s EPA Green Certified and set up a YouTube channel to demonstrate his experiments.
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Above: In Jonny’s driveway, all four production vehicles released by Tesla (Youtube: Net Positive LLC)
Net+Positive (netpositive.co) is a non-profit for the advancement of clean energy. We have designed and built the world’s fastest electric water ski boat, electric bikes and snowplow conversions.
From top to bottom: Jonny’s 53 mile-per-hour electric water ski boat, Zero SR electric motorcycle, and electric snowplow/mower conversion (Source: Net Positive LLC)
We set up a 6,000 square-foot demonstration home to prove that it’s possible to live on 100% solar electricity, including all transportation, recreation and air-conditioning. The success of our experiments and companies like Tesla, coupled with the environmental and political benefits are now changing the world.
Above: A look at Jonny’s favorite project — the world’s fastest solar powered electric water ski boat (YouTube: New Positive LLC)
Abundant, cheap, clean energy, better, safer, faster cars. The unlimited solar lifestyle is such a profound change to the old-world model of scarce fossil fuels, that this new way of life is fundamentally changing our way of thinking. We are demonstrating a better life, in a real world “net positive” condition, free from energy company and fossil fuel dependence.
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Source: Net Positive LLC
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