“The Free Electric is made with standard bike parts, which makes it easily fixable by any mechanic around the world. The bike is cheap, clean, and practical in terms of providing energy to those who need it most on a global scale. Our target is to begin with India, but really it can be used anywhere. There are 1.3 billion people around the world who are still living without access to electricity.”
(Cover Photo: Manoj Bhargava)
Billionaire philanthropist, Manoj Bhargava, has invented a stationary bicycle that when used for one hour could power an entire house for up to twenty-four hours.
The ‘Hans Free Electric’ could be a solution for the ever growing demand for accessible and affordable electricity.
Imagine, instead of having an electricity bill you could ride an exercise bike for an hour. You get your daily cardio in and power your house.
Not only that but it’s clean energy. No fumes. No gases. No health risks.
Think about if our local gyms and schools had this kind of technology present. Everyday citizens just working out at the gym could be contributing to the power grid. Kids at gym class could also be contributing to powering the school, if not the entire power grid as well.