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readers, stakeholders and well-wishers. It has been hectic couple months for
all of us. Before we ushered into 2020, we prototyped a 54cc compound engine that is projected
to produce 10 hp on methanol and is the size of a grapefruit . The reason for this prototype is to cater
the overwhelming demand for small engines of this class in the Asia Pacific
markets (APAC). Our partners who represent us in APAC has indicated through
their market research that the demand for this class of engine is over 50 million engines per year. With our
expertise and contacts we believe to take advantage of this market demand.
A new Moller International/Freedom Motors newsletter was sent out on Tuesday, November 12th. You can read the newsletter online with the following link, even if you are not on the newsletter subscriber list:
A new Moller International/Freedom Motors newsletter was sent out on Saturday, October 19th. You can read the newsletter online with the following link, even if you are not on the newsletter subscriber list:
A new Moller International/Freedom Motors newsletter was sent out on Wednesday, Sept 11th. You can read the newsletter online with the following link, even if you are not on the newsletter subscriber list:
Dr. Moller wanted to make sure that a newsletter went out today about activity that has been going on with both Moller International and Freedom Motors. This was sent out on our MailChimp account, and we are including a link here along with the text from the newsletter below:
Mr. Naveen Madishetty is the regional head for India Chamber of Commerce. He is also the green policy advisor to the World Academy of Arts & Sciences and a recognized world leader in sustainability and green business. Mr. Madishetty’s core expertise is in Design, Development, Commercialization and policy in Clean technologies. He recently received the prestigious EU-India young leaders award at the EU parliament in Brussels and was also nominated to TWAS (The World Academy of Sciences) engineering science prize in 2018, in Italy. In the last decade, Mr. Madishetty has played a key role in many green technologies in the fields of Biogas, Solar, and other renewable energies. He founded Chakragreen solutions, in India, that dedicates its expertise in promoting green and clean technologies. Mr. Madishetty has a B.S. in mechanical engineering from VTU in India and a M.S. in environment process engineering from Stuttgart University in Germany.
This past week we signed a partnership agreement with ALIFE Air of Singapore for manufacturing Rotapower engines for a series of 2-wheeled vehicle models. This is the same company that previously paid FM to convert one of their scooter designs to the Rotapower 150cc engine.