Burger King to Harness Kinetic Energy from Speed Bumps
Jul 08, 2009 15:12
Stopping for cheeseburgers to bring new energy to New Jersey drive-thru
On the same day that Couloumb Technologies announced it would be rolling out an electric vehicle charging station at a McDonald’s in Cary, N.C., a Burger King franchise in New Jersey said it would be testing speed bumps that harness kinetic energy in the location’s busy drive-thru lane.
If the kinetic energy generated by moving vehicles was captured by New Energy Technology’s MotionPower speed bumps twice per day, then it could produce enough electricity to power over half a million homes each day, according to company officials.
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