LATEST

NEWS

Charity Begins with Sport
17-Apr-2017

CALIFORNIA FIRM HYPERLOOP TO BUILD VEGAS-AREA TEST FACILITY
14-Dec-2015

Legally blind barber awarded $100k for wrongful termination
11-Nov-2015

Facebook reaches 1 billion daily users in third quarter
05-Nov-2015

Two Containers of Garment Burned
21-Oct-2015

Facebook Builds a Giant Internet Drone
05-Aug-2015

Khmer Brewery Limited Offers USD 50,000 to Poor Students
28-Jul-2015

One liter of water for 500 km ride
28-Jul-2015

Preah Khan Temple Contained 60 Tons of Gold
24-Jul-2015

Facebook and Mozilla no longer allow Adobe Flash
20-Jul-2015

Cambodian Math Graduate delivered Valedictory Address at U.S. Collage’s Commencement
18-May-2015

Singer of “Let It Go” comes to Phnom Penh
20-Apr-2015

Pop Star Laura Mam Performs at Cambodia Beer’s Concert
10-Apr-2015

School Reopen Day 2014-2015 and Inauguration Ceremony of New Tile Floor at CHEA SIM SAMAKY High School Gift from Khmer Brewery Limited
18-Nov-2014

Khmer Brewery (Cambodia Beer) Rushes to the Fire
04-Aug-2013

The Worldwide Medal Award Bestowed on CAMBODIA Beer
04-Apr-2013

KHB Donates Material for Promoting Road Safety to Cambodia’s Red Cross
12-Oct-2012

Assistance By Khmer Brewery Limited To Flood Victims In Banteay Meanchey Province
28-Sep-2012

Signing Ceremony Marking Cambodia Beer’s Export to France
19-Sep-2012

Memorandum of Understanding Signed Between KHB and The Cambodian Red Cross
04-Sep-2012

Export of Cambodia Beer to Malaysia
19-Jul-2012

Cambodia Beer’s First Ever Export to Japan
05-Jul-2012

Announcement
13-Mar-2012

Cambodia Beer Scholarship
13-Feb-2012

Cambodia Beer Foundation
13-Jan-2012

One liter of water for 500 km ride

A Brazilian has found a way to make use of water in his daily vehicle riding. Ricardo Azevedo, Sao Paulo-based public officer, has produced T Power H20, a water-powered motorbike with the ability to travel up to 500 km on a liter of water.

Ricardo combines water and a single external car battery to produce electricity that could separate hydrogen from water molecule, energy necessary to power the bike. The engine exhaustion is water vapor which has no effects on climate change

“The advantage of this motor cycle is that the result that comes out of the exhaust is water vapor,” said Ricardo, adding it is different from gasoline, which produce carbon monoxide.

Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POJQKg9CRJc