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Inside the Aquarius engine

This video dovetails with the article by CNN (see Nov 27) about the innovative new piston engine from Israel’s Aquarius. https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZZZLPraJVd0?rel=0

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An engine with only one moving part

Israel’s Aquarius Engines has signed a deal with Honda Motor Corporation affiliate Musashi Seimitsu to co-develop its revolutionary linear engine (see here). The 10kg engine has just 20 components and one moving part It is efficient and inexpensive with low … Continue reading

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New engine could halve fuel costs and emissions

Israel’s Aquarius Engines has redesigned the internal combustion engine.  Its horizontal-moving cylinder powers two electric generators with much less waste energy than current 4,6 or 8 piston engines.  With the smaller engine, cars can reach 1300 miles on a single … Continue reading

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Investment in Israeli startups: (29/11/20)

Hippo raised $350 million; Inuitive raised $106 million; Novidea raised $15 million; SavorEat raised $13 million; Aquarius Engines raised $10 million; Glue Loyalty raised $8 million; Zesty raised $6.6 million; Zero Egg raised £5 million; Vanti Analytics raised $4.5 million; … Continue reading

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Generator for remote villages

Israel’s Aquarius Engines (reported here previously) is launching a field test of its revolutionary lightweight linear engine on a Philippines island where residents have no access to electricity. Aquarius is partnering with Nokia to bring electricity to remote populations and … Continue reading

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CNN discovers Israeli that reinvented the wheel

CNN’s Oren Liebermann has written about three Israeli Innovations that will revolutionize the planet.  They are Softwheel’s wheel with built-in suspension, Mobileye’s autonomous vehicle technology and Aquarius’s replacement for the combustion engine. (video is of Softwheel). http://cnn.it/2g4jdOi

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