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Turbine EZ Motor Corporation Claims To Be Able To Build A Car That Never Needs Gas

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Using Turbine Generator Cars, Turbine EZ Motor Corporation claims to be able to build a car that can run on wind power alone allowing people to avoid refilling their gas tank indefinitely. The company has recently launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for the project

Jefferson City, MO (PRWEB) July 08, 2014

Wind turbines have been used for years to create energy. This is especially true in Denmark where over 50% of the entire country's electrical energy comes from wind power. This is what Michael Ogden wants to do for cars. He not only claims that adding a wind turbine to a car is possible he claims that he already has plans and schematics for this particular design.

According to Ogden, once the automobile reaches 12 miles per hour it will be self sustaining. When the vehicle reaches that speed it should be able to run on its own and be able to recharge it's fuel cells. These cells will allow the car to start, run any internal electronics and reach the initial speed of 12 miles per hour. If the car or truck is driven on a regular basis there theoretically will be no need for gasoline or even to charge the vehicle.

"I have Blueprints to show me how to make electric cars. I plan to modify the plans to my liking. Making the electric vehicle completely self sustaining, this is also a main feature of the vehicle. You will never need a charging station for your Turbine EZ Motor Corporation vehicle," says Ogden.

Production of the first turbine powered car will be created using a manufacturer grade 3D printing machine. This machine should be able to print out all of the parts, including the turbine that will be needed to build he wind powered vehicle. Ogden also says he will be hiring engineers with specific backgrounds in 3D professional printing along with a business law lawyer. In order to accomplish all of this Ogden is looking to gather funds using the crowd-sourcing site Indiegogo. He is not offering any perks for contributors at this time. He is looking to raise $10,000,000 to cover all of the costs and expenses.

Ogden was also quoted as saying, Turbine EZ (TM) will perform like a dream car because I will make sure it meets all my standards for dream car performance."

About Michael Ogden and Turbine EZ Motor Corporation

Michael Ogden is the owner of Turbine EZ Motor Corporation, a Delaware Tax Haven Corporation. He currently lives in Jefferson City, Missouri and his goal is to create a car that uses a wind turbine to keep it charged at all times. This will allow people to drive without having to use fuel ever again. He also would like to use the same principals to create energy for homes. Ogden hopes to be able to fund a few of his other projects as well, all of which are listed on his campaign page. Currently he is funding this project through Indiegogo. Those of you who would like to learn more or help out can get more information here.

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Michael Ogden and Turbine EZ Motor Corporation

Post Office Box 1426
Jefferson City, MO 65102
United States
Phone No: 5734698673

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