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EVRebel project Inventor launches Crowdfunding campaign to raise $35,000

After confirming its Technology by four Electrical Engineers. EVRebel has launched a Crowdfunding Campaign through RocketHub.com

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - May 18, 2014 - PRLog -- The World's first NoN-combustible EV Range Extender.

This confirmed technology project is seeking funding to submit a Complete U.S. Utility Patent with the entire electrical schematics and drawings.  Additionally, this Eco-Friendly EV Range Extender Contraption will be added to a newer electric vehicle prototype to be used mainly for show-and-tell as we obtain licensing agreements worldwide with our new technology.  Once we submit our patent, we will have the ability to negotiate with Electric Vehicle Manufacturers Worldwide.

The EV Rebel, as it is currently built, can provide up to 35% additional driving range than what the battery bank of the vehicle will do so from a full charge (This is also dependent on driver's skills and abilities).  We are confident these numbers will be higher as our technology is further enhanced by different manufacturers.  We have already been in contact with several manufacturers around the world and have had very positive feedback on what the technology can provide. Two manufacturers want to test our technology, but we cannot attempt to do so without the proper intellectual protection.

This Economical contraption will help alleviate the so-called "Range-Anxiety", most people have regarding Electric Vehicles.  The EVRebel prototype vehicle runs easily between 40-50 mph and has had a top speed of 62 mph. Our Longest Range has been 26.2 miles. www.evrebel.com or http://www.rockethub.com/projects/43591

Alejandro Robles Rivas

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