ZENN Motor Changes Strategy to Sell EEstor-based Electric Drive Rather Than Its Own EVs

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ZENN Motor Company Inc. Ian Clifford, Chief Executive Officer of ZENN Motor Company. Under a Technology Agreement with EEStor, ZMC holds the worldwide exclusive rights to incorporate EEStor’s EESU for new passenger vehicles up to 1,400 kilograms curb weight (net of batteries); golf carts, Low Speed Vehicles and certain utility vehicles; and the conversion of any class of used internal combustion 4-wheel vehicles to electric.

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ZENN Motor Increases Stake in EEStor to 10.7%; EESU Production Prototype Promised by End of 2009

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Earlier in July, ZENN Motor Company Inc. Under its Technology Agreement with EEStor, ZMC holds the worldwide exclusive rights to incorporate EEStor’s energy storage technology (EESU) for new passenger vehicles up to 1,400 kilograms curb weight (net of batteries); golf carts, Low Speed Vehicles and certain utility vehicles; and the conversion of any class of used internal combustion 4-wheel vehicles to electric.

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Senators take green cars for a spin

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Capitol Hill made for a strange sight earlier this week as it was surrounded by everything from two-seat sports cars to vehicles that resembled golf carts and bucket trucks. One of the most impressive vehicles on display was the ZENN - which stands for Zero Emission No Noise. The bizarre collection of vehicles had one thing in common, however - namely alternative energy. All of the cars ran on electricity or biofuels in addition to petroleum.

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They are either glorified golf cart city cars like this one or they are only for the very wealthy like the Tesla. Apr 25 01:04 PM | Link | Reply HerrHansa 12 Comments A golf cart with a nice body, for more than the price of a decked out Mini. I don’t just drive to work everyday with nothing more than a bag of golf clubs like the TV ads profess Californians are doing.

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