In this modern era, people have become such dependent on motorized transportation that they want to have their private mode of transport for the convenience of their frequent movement. From a recent statistics it is found that currently almost 2.7 million vehicles are running alone on the roads of Bangladesh and approximately 2.4 million are the type of vehicle which is used for personal means. Because of the huge number of vehicles on the road, the fuel consumption is very high and except gas, most of other fuels (octane, petrol, diesel etc.) are imported from abroad. Bangladesh an import-dependent country, with this high demand of fuel, is so now counting loss. Furthermore burning of these fuels causes a huge amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emission that results greenhouse effect.In this project, the idea of a green bus system is proposed which can be a remarkable aid to the recent traffic condition. In this regard a prototype of green bus system is implemented where resources such as wind, solar and piezo-electric generator are employed. All the resources being used in this project are abundantly available and also emit zero CO2.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Mini E is an all-electric powered version of the BMW Mini, first launched to the market as a field test in June 2009 and available through leasing to private users in Los Angeles and the New York/New Jersey area. Another field test was launched in the U.K. in December 2009, where more than forty Mini E cars were handed to private users for a two consecutive six-month field trial periods. This trial program allowed the BMW Group to become the world's first major car manufacturer to deploy a fleet of more than 500 all-electric vehicles for private use. The Mini E was unveiled at the 2008 Los Angeles Auto Show. BMW is using its Mini brand to test the market with its electric powertrain technology but the vehicle was also developed in order to meet new California regulations that require carmakers to offer zero emission vehicles. The Mini factory located in Oxford, England, supplies vehicle gliders (cars without powertrains) to a team located in Munich, Germany, which then adds the electric running gear.