Solar powered train in Byron Bay, Australia transports passengers from beach to beach

Byron Bay on Australia’s east coast is a small town that used to attract surfers, beachgoers and fishermen, but today it is a tourist destination on its own right. So many tourists have discovered the magnificent natural environment of Byron Bay that a train company has built a rail track that connects the town’s two primary beaches. The train that uses the track is entirely powered by solar energy.

Byron Bay Railroad, Australia. World's first solar powered train line. Read the story “Solar powered train in Byron Bay, Australia transports passengers from beach to beach”

Toshiba has a solution for long road trips conducted on an electric car

Electric cars, scooters and bicycles are here already, but conducting a long road trip on a fully electric car has a problem: range. For instance, manufacturers of compact electric cars may specify a 200 mile / 350 km range for their vehicles, but in reality, the range can be one-fourth or one-third shorter than that. Toshiba’s solution to the problem is the SCIB vehicle battery that fully charges in six minutes.

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