Former U. prof develops car with no-cost fuel, no emissions
Solar power » Schoenberg believes “ecotrike” is a possible solution to our air-pollution woes.
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People often stop him to ask about the ecotrikes as he drives around — or as people see them parked in front of his home as they head up nearby Millcreek Canyon.
"When they find out it’s solar powered, they think it’s really cool, especially the young kids. I go to schools to demonstrate the vehicle and talk about energy," he says. "We need things like this to solve our energy and pollution problems."
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