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MagniX's 750-hp electric motor turns its first propellor at full bore
Australian company MagniX stands to play a real role in the formative stages of electric aviation, and has just given its high-power motor its first real working over.
Electric Airplanes, Coming to a Flight School Near You
Range. It seems to be the word that is in the middle of any debate about electric vehicles. As we discovered in our short flight in the E-Spyder, electric airplanes won’t be crossing the country any time soon on battery power. But there is already plenty of interest from pilots who look forward to the […]
New Elektra One Solar Plane Flies Twice as Far as the Original
Following the maiden flight of its Elektra One electric plane, SolarWorld and PC-Aero have unveiled a new solar powered version that gives the small plane twice the range of the electric version.
World’s fastest electric airplane | WordlessTech
Chip Yates having already claimed the crown for the world's fastest electric motorcycle in 2011, has acquired the title of first manned electric airplane to break the 200 mph barrier in level flight.
Battery-powered electric plane quietly takes to Australian skies for the first time
Pipistrel’s Alpha Electro took to the skies in Australia recently, marking the first time an electric light aircraft was flown in the country. The plane has been designed to be an efficient and cheap pilot training craft and this first flight marks a new frontier for electric aircraft in Australia.
Siemens' world-record electric aircraft motor punches above its weight
Researchers working at Siemens say that they have produced a light but powerful prototype electric aircraft motor that could one day help power large passenger airliners. Weighing in at just 50 kg (110 lb) the new motor is claimed to produce about 260 kW (348 hp) at 2,500 RPM.