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Sunnyclist is the name of a three-wheel car created by Energomichaniki Kritis, a Herakleion, Crete-based company involved in Green Energy projects. Introduced in September 2013, the vehicle utilizes various combinations of solar, electric, and human powers. The vehicle has been presented in a series of Greek and European exhibitions; it is a three-seater, features a light aluminum frame and a sun-tracking solar panel on the roof, and has a maximum speed of 50 km/h.
In October 2015, an improved version was presented, designed for (initially) small scale production.
- Company website
- Sunnyclist in Dutch auto catalog
- Sunnyclist introduction
- Report about Sunnyclist award
- Sunnyclist in European Venture Summit
- L.S. Skartsis, "Greek Vehicle & Machine Manufacturers 1800 to present: A Pictorial History", Bookstars, Athens (2013) ISBN 978-960-571-009-5
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