Fast Charge: How Quick Charge Infrastructure Will Unleash The Electric Car And Obsolete The Gasoline Engine

Fast Charge: How Quick Charge Infrastructure Will Unleash The Electric Car And Obsolete The Gasoline Engine

by Christopher Kinkaid

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781544219325
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/05/2017
Pages: 108
Sales rank: 895,899
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)

About the Author

Christopher (Toby) Kinkaid, from Portland, Oregon is the founder of Solardyne.com, SolarQuote.com, Algaedyne.com, and Climatedyne.com, working in the clean energy industry for over three decades.

Mr. Kinkaid is the inventor of the "Helyx" Vertical Axis Wind Generator, the "Mariposa" Non-imaging solar concentrator PV module (continuous operation at Sandia National Laboratory since 1994), the Solar Demultiplexer optical solar concentrating lens (Dr. James/Sandia National Laboratory 1991), and the inventor of the original "Solar Power Pack" (Mother Earth News, "Littlest Utility" June/July, 2001).

Toby Kinkaid has been an official lecturer and presenter on clean energy technology around the world including APEC, Bangkok, Thailand, 2003, "Energy Solutions World", Tokyo, Japan, 2003, the International Biomass Conference (IBC), 2010, Minneapolis, MN, and the Algal Biomass Organization (ABO) Conference, 2010, Phoenix, AZ.

Toby Kinkaid has appeared in TV interviews on KOIN TV, KGW TV, FOX 12 NEWS and "Sustainable Today" produced in Oregon. Mr. Kinkaid has served on the board of directors for the National Hydrogen Association, in Washington D.C., 1993, and the Japanese Satellite Communications Company (JCNET), Fukuoka, Japan, 1994, Oregon Wind Corporation 2003-2007, Algaedyne Corporation (2008-2011), currently serving as CEO of Solardyne in Portland, Oregon. Mr. Kinkaid has developed the "Emergency Sun" portable solar power supply for disaster relief, and the SunBreather, a solar powered floating pump which Oxygenates ponds and lakes against toxic algae.

Christopher (Toby) Kinkaid is based in Portland, Oregon, and continues his work in clean energy technology and applications.

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